Calm Down, Booth readers! I know a fresh single from Busta Rhymes is a big deal, but it’s tough to fully appreciate a piece of music while hyperventilating. Now that you’ve taken a few deep breaths, prepare for a blast from the past. Not only does this cut find Snoop Deville flipping House of Pain’s ‘98 classic, Jump Around, but Buss-A-Bus’s verses possess a dash of that unhinged style that made his early work legendary. As if the headliner’s rapid-fire bars weren’t enough, Eminem jumps on the track to deliver a closing verse as witty and technically dazzling as anything on his last album. Busta Rhymes’s E.L.E. 2 LP has yet to receive a drop date from the YMCMB brass, but we’ll keep you posted on the project as further details emerge.
Written by richard on 06/30/14
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