The three-year feud ends with a hometown performance of a classic.
After several months of both parties alluding to a reunion, Houston's Chamillionaire and Paul Wall reclaimed their duo status for a few brief minutes at Texas Southern University's Black College Tour, sponsored by BET. The rappers, who released over three albums together, performed "N' Luv Wit My Money," the 2002 single from their Get Ya Mind Correct release.
Chamillionaire, who recently released The Ultimate Victory, his sophomore major label effort, headlined the tour, which stopped in Houston for over 2,000 fans Wednesday evening. Paul Wall was invited to the stage to perform the early catalog classic before hometown audiences. Wall released Get Money, Stay True earlier this year. Both rappers' albums have failed to keep pace with their platinum-selling releases in 2005.
The rappers have been at odds for over three years, claiming that their union was formed by the label, not by their own accord. Above that, an incident in 2004 left Chamillionaire's brother injured from an alleged beating that occurred in front of Paul Wall over perceived comments. The disagreement was chronicled in the documentary film Beef IV.
Neither rapper was available for comment at press time, but stay tuned to DX for more as it develops.