If you have a set of wheels and your commute is as long as mine every day, you would have to either be deaf or have a broken stereo not to notice that B.o.B.’s latest chart-topper Nothin’ On You is as omnipresent as Bedrock (or Telephone if you’re a Gaga fan). In other words, the Atlanta-based emcee rarely disappoints, and if you couldn’t get enough of his May 25th mixtape (which featured a T.I.-less version of this track), the high quality second edition of Bet I Bust shouldn’t surprise you. With some uptempo boardwork from Kutta and verses from T.I. and Playboy Tre that approach Twista speed and match Eminem power, Bust is going to be played, replayed, spun, and re-spun until fans know every word. Bobby Ray himself owns the track, though, and with an equally forceful delivery on his verse and hook, he makes his presence known. Check out Bet I Bust on B.o.B.’s upcoming album The Adventures of Bobby Ray, which is slated for an April 27 release.
Written by Matty K on 03/23/10
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