How many times can a song be remixed before people begin to hate it? Busta Rhymes is clearly searching for the answer to this question, as his current club anthem of a single, Arab Money, has now been remixed for a third time. Producer and hook-singer Ron Browz remains on board, and the Northeast trio of Juelz Santana, Jim Jones and Jadakiss join the fray to get some of this controversial foreign gwap. Despite claims that Arab Money is offensive and racist (leading to the song receiving zero airplay in the UK), Rhymes is banking (pun intended) on Money to pave the way to the March release of B.O.M.B., his first LP as an artist on the Universal Motown roster.
Written by DJ Z on 12/21/08
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