“Wait! Stop the party! I don’t wanna hurt nobody!” The first words blared out by Swizz Beatz on Busta Rhymes’ new single Stop the Party had me hyped for a few reasons. First, it’s Busta’s new single! Second, Busta and Swizz Beatz go together like peanut butter and pancakes; a mixture that isn’t the norm, yet tastes delicious (don’t judge). Lastly, I had heard Stop the Party was on the Iron Man soundtrack, but luckily it was just a rumor. While Busta’s new joint is inspired by the movie, it’s actually set to be on his untitled, unscheduled new album. Swizzy produced the record, and as mentioned before, does the hook as well. For his part, Busta - as always - hits us with a verbal attack, lyrically spinal tapping us with his fierce delivery. Upon hearing the single’s distorted vocals and robotic drums, I envisioned Godzilla and King Kong having a dance off, and we all know Godzilla would bring down the house, literally, when he busted out “The Worm.” Will Busta bring down the DJBooth too? We’ll find out soon.
Written by Ivan Ibarra on 05/9/10
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