Friday, October 12th, 2007 at 2:24 pm
By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
If you liked the Busta Rhymes that you saw during the VH1 Hip-Hop Honors broadcast this week, expect to see more of that. In an interview wih Rolling Stone, Busta said that his new album, “Back on my BS,” is driven on that kind of energy.
“People haven’t seen the Busta Rhymes that they have grown to know and love,” he told Rolling Stones. “It’s not that they haven’t been getting the traditional party records, ’cause I always do that better than anything, but the whole thing when I come out with the outfits, the hat, the coat. I’m promising the same track record I always set for myself, which is the phenomenal collaborations that people don’t usually do before I do ‘em, to continue as a legacy. You can definitely expect something super duper stellar. Hot energy joints and songs that are a little bit more approachable aren’t going to feel as dark, even though I got a lot of situations to talk about, ’cause of the last year. I still have so much to be happy for.”
Linkin Park is featured on the album and the first single, “I Think That We Made It,” is produced by Cool & Dre.