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the nipple. surgery has become increasingly common in the pandemic. >> we are doing harder surgeries, sicker patients. people who had to go through treatment before we can take them to surgery is. >> reporter: for this woman of south carolina, that meant chemotherapy. her annual ma'mmogram was cancelled and the backlog of screenings made it hard to reschedule in august. and she felt two lumps afs under arm. after delayed screenings and tests she finally got the diagnosis. stage three breast cancer. >> it's been a little emotional. but, i just keep my faith and from trust in god. >> reporter: if her cancer had been detected last may and june, the doctors believe they may have been able to prevent the spread. last week, she had a d
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> janet jackson's rhythm nation album tops the list in more than two dozen songs that were inducted in to the library of congress. other selections include works by louis armstrong, and kool and the gang, and patty la belle's lady ma armelade, patty is stil kicking it online. >> we have been like family. >> absolutely. >> yes. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: patty la belle and gladys knight have done it all. ♪ ♪ >> we had our babies at the same
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time. we trying to work and we trying be on stage. remember that, patty? >> yes, baby. >> you have to be secure enough in your own self to say, i can do this. i was there for you. you broke out that way -- oh, child. ♪ ♪ >> they are legendary singers with songs in the legendary hall of fame and in a cut throat industry, they remain close friends. >> i'm her biggest friend, when she sings, if i were your woman, that makes me crazy. >> reporter: last year, for the first time, they went head to head. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: comparing their greatest hits as part of an online music battle series.
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it's called verzuz. >> i didn't know what it was in the beginning. >> her son had to tell her what it was. she said, what is a ve>> but i up on the internet. i'm just really getting in to it. >> today is somebody's birthday. ♪ ♪ >> in a verzuz match up. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: two artists come together to play their biggest songs. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: with people all over the world watching live on social media. now, ms. patty, ms. patty. i know you are a flip phone person, right? >> how do you know that. >> reporter: don't tell me you were watching it on the flip phone? >> no, i was watching it on tv, honey, my son hooks me . ce or a flyer.e >> it was created by two producers that have worked with everyone in hip hop and pop
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music. during the early days of of the pandemic w concerts shut down. they wanted to give people a show. ♪ ♪ and they were inspired by a long tradition of musical competition. ♪ ♪ when reggae djs go head to head, it's called a sound clash. and in hip hop, there's a history of friendly battling. and not so friendly battling as seen in the film "8 mile," st starring eminem. >> you talk about how it's about bringing people together. it's a celebration. which is it? is it a celebration or a competition? >> definitely a celebration. >> celebration. >> i think that, the competitive spirit is always good as well. you want to play your best songs. you want to be calculated. because you want to please your audience. >> right? >> and so, when this person plays this, i will play that. >> yeah, that is what is up. >> i'm in the car.
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>> they started verzuz on a whim. timberland was in the basement and swiz beats in the car. >> you change today radio with that and i changed the streets with this. >> you didn't have a set list arranged in advance? >> i definitely didn't. i was using youtube, i was using i-tunes and i was pulling up my name and saying playlist that people made and playing them as he played his tracks. >> reporter: swiz played get my body. and he responded with get your freak on. one of his hits with missy elliott. >> when it's happening. your mind is working so fast. >> right, right. >> it's hundreds of songs that
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me and tim produce each. there's no way we are remembering all the songs. >> now, verzuz itself is a hit too. >> i knew it was special when everyone kept saying who is next, and what is next? >> there have been 24 match-ups so far. most recently the reinclusive soul singer came to the apollo theater where he competed against himself. >> hey, holdup, holdup, holdup. >> but sometimes, these celebrations can be tense. >> then there's gucci and young gz, two of the great rappers of atlanta. and they have a history. >> i want to welcome everyone in the internet world to this history. >> there's more than 15 years of bad blood between them. in 2005, one was charged with murdering the other's protoges,
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and here they are in the same room. >>. >> dloets it. >> instead. the two sworn enemies made peace life is too short. put your differences aside, and made verzuz less about rivalry and more about respect. >> we don't believe in outdoing each other. we just do. that's what we did and we had sister fun. >> verzuz was acquired by the company, triller who will keep it coming even after the pandemic is over. >> will we see mick jager verse -- >> iwill be >> the ide celrate their favorite artists. >> hello, everybody. >> as well a
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legends. like d and i think people suspected that you would bring out your friend. >> yes, she came out. gladys remember when we were doing that's what friends were for. honey, i didn't know those words. ♪ ♪ >> i didn't know the lyrics. >> i expect for you to make up words. >> i did. that's what i do. >>s yes. >> we have wonderful times. yes. ♪ ♪ >> after this break, we will have a closer listen to patty le
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47 years ago, a female singing group calling themselves le belle set the music world on its ear with the hit single, lady marmelade, now, that song with others was added to the library of congress. the songs were deemed audio treasures, worthy of preservation. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: it's the mid 70s and patty le belle, nona hendriks and sarah dash are singing about women working in the world's oldest performance in new orleans. ♪ ♪ does it feel that long ago? >> some days. >> it doesn't feel 47 years ago. >> i was going to say, is that all?
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♪ ♪ -- chorus. >> it meant will you sleep with me tonight. >> reporter: if patty didn't know, she was one of the few. it was the first french sentence i learned. ♪ ♪ >> but lade marmelade was about more. >> it was really affirmative, you have people from all backgrounds saying go sister, go ahead. be who you are. >> reporter: when you have had a number one hit and been the first female group on the confer of rolling stone you know you have been successful. >> i feel so important today, and i know they are feeling the same way. >> reporter: but this, this is something else. >> we firtang we got a job. but to be inducted in to the library of congress? do you know how big that is? for three black fierce women.
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hey. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: big for them. and should be for all of us. ♪ ♪ sn >> reporter: cbs news, the cbs overnight news, will be right back. and that's the overnight news for this friday. for others check back later for cbs this morning and follow us online, all the time at cbs
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capitol -- it's friday, march 26th, 2021. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight, deadly tornadoes, severe weather roars through the south tearing apart neighborhoods and causing miles of destruction. one woman's near-death experience. also breaking, lawmaker arrested. why a georgia representative was handcuffed and removed from the state capitol. facing the press. what president biden blames on the border crisis in his first the border crisis in his first formal news conference. captioning funded by cbs good morning to you. really glad that you are with us. i am anne-marie green.
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