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30 August, 2011@6:22 pm
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Following the success of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch The Thone, many other rappers are following suit. Drake and Lil’ Wayne have announced that they will collaborate on an LP together, as have Cam’Ron and Jim Jones. Busta Rhymes is the latest to join the fray, as he recently revealed an interview with XXLMag.Com. But the question is, who?

“I’m not allowed to discuss that yet,” said Busta. “It’s something I’ve been waiting to do for 26 years with a friend of mine that I’ve known for 26 years. I’ve been professionally recording for 20 years, but I’ve been trying to get on about five or six years before I actually got on. This is one of the first people that I met.”

“We actually officially started three months ago,” he continued. “I got my solo album but we’re approaching the midway point of that collab album. It’s gonna be one of the most amazing situations I think I ever did. I haven’t had that kind of comfort recording in a long fucking time. Actually, I haven’t had this kind of comfort recording the way I have in the last year, year and half in my whole career. The dynamic of the ass beating that I’m gonna start giving out is gonna be at a whole ‘nother magnitude.”

Our guess? Q-Tip. Also, we’re still patiently waiting for Dr. Dre & Ice Cube’s Helter Skelter. It keeps getting pushed back, according to the guy at The Warehouse.

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18 Responses to "Is Busta Rhymes Recording An LP With Q-Tip?"
  • I’m as hyped for this as I was for Watch the Throne which is not saying much but we’ll see maybe they can change my mind with some bangers.

  • isaac says:

    Maybe hes taking his talents to south beach?

  • Chad says:

    New rappers won’t save hiphop, old artists won’t either. It’s a style of music, not a nation. Although, it would be better with more renaissance era artists going back to their roots and producing some hype shit. Let’s see more classic LPs from our favorite MCs. Nas & Q-Tip have already done it(Untitled & The Renaissance respectively), gotta see more of this!

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