Busta Rhymes‘s “Dangerous” is almost 20 years old. Jasper Staal saw fit to breathe new life into the dynamic, frenetic record. Jasper’s production on this one sounds definitively futuristic, but at the same time it’s definitely drawing from off-kilter vibes of the original. Stream Jasper’s “Dangerous” remix below, and watch the original video afterwards.
A Tribe Called Quest has already created numerous timeless records, but that didn’t stop them from releasing a new album called We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service in November 2016. The legendary crew just dropped a new video for “Dis Generation,” a standout from the project featuring posthumous Phife Dawg verses . . .
Juelz Santana has been getting active again as of late. His most recent effort, “Ol Thang Back,” features a slew of well established veterans – Jadakiss, Method Man, Redman, and Busta Rhymes. The Jahlil Beats-produced effort sounds a bit dated from my perspective, but there are still some bars worth listening to. Stream “Ol Thang . . .
Busta Rhymes and Swizz Beatz have history together, and they reunite for a new single called “AAAHHH.” It should come as no surprise that this song is full of energy from start to finish. Look for more intel in regards to Busta’s next album in the near future. It’s never a bad time to get . . .
SNL last night was one for the ages. Not only did we witness Dave Chappelle reemerging to host, but we also saw the legendary A Tribe Called Quest performing cuts from their latest album, We Got It From Here…Thank You For Your Service. Backed by a banner of Phife Dawg, Q-Tip and Jairobi performed “We . . .
A Tribe Called Quest is releasing one final album, and it’s called We Got It From Here, Thank You for Your Service. Q-Tip announced that the project will release on November 11th. Very soon. Get your mind right. The project will include guest features from Consequence, Busta Rhymes, Jack White, Elton John, Kendrick Lamar and . . .
Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip have been collaborating for decades, and in 2013 they continued their joint efforts with a very solid project called The Abstract And he Dragon. Today, we get the sequel to that project, but as the title would indicate, this time Busta Rhymes holds it down on the solo tip. Never fear, . . .
Busta Rhymes blesses listeners with “Respect My Conglomerate 2”, a smoother less bouncing version than its original. Again, we are revisited by the mysteriously accented female vocals on the hook that give this song’s series it’s own flare and differentiation, in a way. 🔥”Respect My Conglomerate 2″🔥 By: #BustaRhymes ft Fabolous, Jada Kiss & Styles . . .
United Kingdom producer PYRMDPLAZA uses “Fhior” to put a futuristic, ominous spin on Busta Rhymes‘s “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See,” just in time for Halloween weekend. The forward-thinking producer allows Busta’s quick flowing cadences to shine on verses, before injecting even more energy into the song’s moody canvas during the chorus. Stream . . .
A lot of us have been banging Matt McGhee‘s “Flipmode” in our cars for a few months now, so it’s only right that we get a video for it. The LAKIM-produced, syrupy, hard-hitting instrumental proved to be the perfect fit for Matt’s quick paced rhyme schemes. The video itself allows us to catch glimpses of . . .
As Busta Rhymes combines all the juice from the mind to cook up a sequel to Extinction Level Event, he keeps us tuned in with a new release called “Master Race.” At this point, it shouldn’t surprise us that half of this song seems to be in English, and the other half sounds like…well…Busta Rhymes. . . .
At this point, we hope you weren’t expecting M.O.P. and Busta Rhymes to team up for something made for the faint of heart. The video for “Broad Daylight (187 Part 2)” continues their braggadocios, explosive history in grand fashion. Directed by Mo Shines and Jay Parris, the video sets the tone for M.O.P.’s 20th anniversary . . .
“Broad Daylight” is the first M.O.P. track featuring Busta Rhymes since the “Ante Up” remix. Let that sink into your head. “Broad Daylight” is just as hard-hitting as we would hope and expect. Look for the Mash Out Posse‘s Street Certified project to drop on November 18th, and stream “Broad Daylight” below.
Revisit Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip‘s “Ill Vibe” courtesy of Tom Misch’s mellow new remix. Whether you play this track now or in the middle of December, it will hard to avoid being moved by Misch’s summery, tropical production. Stream Tom Misch’s remix of “Ill Vibe” below.
Anger. Aggression. Lots of lyrics. Loud. Lots of loud noises. This is what I expect from a track featuring Eminem and Busta Rhymes. Truthfully speaking, I’m not too far from the truth. “Calm Down” is far from calm, featuring production that borrows a sample from House of Pain’s “Jump Around” and dense doses of lyricism . . .