From DJ Paul’s A Person of Interest CD/DVD. Additionally, the Three 6 Mafia emcee will release a new remix project in November.
From Busta’s recently released, Year Of The Dragon, free LP via Google Music.
The Creators of Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture & The Academy now bring you JP Beats presents: “The Warning.” The Warning will be released on 11-6-2012 and it marks the debut album from producer JP Beats whose past works include tracks with Dr. Dre, Jadakiss, Pete Rock, Kurupt, Canibus, and many more. JP Beats has [cont.]
WOW PREEM! Lil Fame & Termanology are Fizzyology. The album in stores & iTunes 11-6-2012, which will feature Busta Rhymes, Styles P, Bun B, Freeway, M.O.P., DJ Premier, Statik Selektah & more.
Legendary emcee Busta Rhymes speaks on a rough time in his life when his group, Leaders of the New School, was breaking up around the same time of his first son’s death. Busta reveals that they finally “let the dumb stuff go,” and moved on from their differences, but doesn’t know if they’ll ever record [cont.]
The legendary rapper explains why he’s been able to stay such a hot commodity for so long, revealing that he’s “never experienced a greater addiction than hearing myself on a beat.” Busta also shares his thoughts on staying relevant with a younger audience for so long and the importance as growing as an artist by [cont.]
Maino unleashes the posse cut remix, no Flocka.
The legendary rapper details his new exclusive Google Plus album, Year of the Dragon, which features artists like Vybz Kartel, Trey Songz, Lil Wayne and Maino. Busta also shares personal stories of the work process that went into making the album, and the lessons he took away from Robin Thicke’s “intricate work ethic” and Lil [cont.]
Busta sits in with Young Jack Thriller of ThisIs50, speaking about battle rapping, suggesting that he would still battle any challenger at this point in his career. He also speaks on his new project, Year In The Dragon. In other news, Busta mentioned on Twitter earlier that this week he will be making an announcement [cont.]
Busta recounts the story of people lining up in front of Biggie’s building to get a free copy of Ready to Die. “That was like the most illest sh*t because it was his way of marketing himself”, Busta says. He also explains why he would always go last on collaborative records.
Visuals for Busta’s single from Year Of The Dragon, free on Google Play right now.
The year’s most inexplicable collabo record gets a video. Hype Williams directs, Kanye upstages.
Curious omission from Busta’s Year Of The Dragon release, produced by Jerry Wonder. Warning: Dubstep breakdown.
A recent promotional video for Busta Rhymes new album, Year Of The Dragon, touts him as having the longest run of relevancy in the game, pre-dating even Nas’ Illmatic, in his early years with Leaders Of The New School. This may be true – (Dr. Dre hasn’t dropped in how long now?) – as Busta [cont.]
Here is a unreleased song by Rampage feat Busta Rhymes from Tha Red Oktoba album, that for awhile had become urban legend because it was never released. The album does exist and this is a glimpse of what it sounded like.
Busta Rhymes visited Hot 97 this morning to talk about the release of his new album, Year of The Dragon, and offered a unique perspective on Lil Wayne’s recent comments regarding his dislike of New York. Busta reminded us of Wayne’s imprisonment on Riker’s Island, after allegedly being innocent of the crime he was charged [cont.]
Busta Rhymes releases his new solo album for FREE, via Google Play on Young Money/Cash Money Records. Guest shots from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Trey Songz, Gucci Mane, Camron, Maino, Robin Thicke, and more. Busta Rhymes “Year Of The Dragon” (Mixtape)
Busta borrows Hi-Tek’s instrumental for “Round & Round” for this track off of Year Of The Dragon, hitting Tuesday for free on Google Music.
From B. Rhymes’ Year Of The Dragon, hitting August 21 on Google Play, for free.
In promotion for Busta’s upcoming album, Year of The Dragon, Google Play delivers this 20 minute documentary on Busta Rhymes career thus far. This is pretty good – interviews with A Tribe called Quest, Leaders Of The New School, Sadat X, and more.
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