Last week, Funkmaster Flex made up for eight years without a fresh mixtape by unleashing Who you Mad At? Me or Yourself, a compilation featuring upwards of 50 original tracks from some of the biggest names in the game. Along with Jeezy, the headliner of previous single The Homie, one of the most notable contributors to the project was East Coast vet Busta Rhymes. As you may have guessed from the jam’s title, Shake It is an ode to the female posterior. Lee On The Beats’ club-ready synth boardwork backs booty-fixated bars from Buss-a-Buss and Trey Songz (who includes a callout to 2010 hit Bottoms Up) and, finally, the Auto-Tuned flows of Future. There’s been no word on whether Shake It might find its way onto a solo Busta Rhymes project, but those feeling it can find plenty more bangers on the aforementioned Funk Flex compilation, out now online.
Written by richard on 04/25/13
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