Yesterday Busta Rhymes shared details on his plan to release his new mixtape The Abstract Went on Vacation. Now he’s debuting the Jahlil Beats produced “God’s Plan,” the first offering off of the forthcoming mixtape. The song also has features from O.T. Genasis and J-Doe. Listen after the jump.
You may recall Busta Rhymes being caught on camera busting his ass — in a drunken daze — during O.T. Genasis’ “CoCo” at Webster Hall. But that’s nothing compared to being caught on camera trying to whoop another man’s ass — at the gym with a protein shake.
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Yesterday we posted a video of Raekwon debuting his new track featuring French Montana on Shade 45. But thankfully we don’t have to go to that video each time we wanna hear it because Rae is sharing the official full audio featuring both French Montana and Busta Rhymes. The track will serve as the first single off of Fly International Luxurious Art, out April 28. Listen after the jump.
O.T. Genasis, the rapper best known for his smash hit “CoCo” returns with “Jackin’ For Beats 2015” a track where he goes off over a few rap classics. In this Genasis goes over mainstay hip-hop classics like Jay Z’s “1-900-Hustler,” Puffy’s “Victory,” and Beanie Sigel’s “Feel It in the Air.” Listen to “Jackin’ For Beats 2015” after the jump as O.T. Genasis will surely surprise you.
After releasing numerous tracks from the project, producers Sean C & LV finally let go of their Loud Dreams Vol. 1 mixtape, which features bars from Dom Kennedy, Pusha T, A$AP Ferg, Raekwon, Smoke DZA, Fabolous and more.
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The Mobb has unveiled the official tracklisting for their double-disc The Infamous Mobb Deep LP, which will include 14 unreleased tracks as well as 17 new tracks. Features include Nas, Mack Wilds, Juicy J, and Bun B, and Snoop Dogg with production from the likes of Illmind, Boi-1da, Alchemist and more. Hit the jump for the complete tracklisting.
Stream Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip’s Abstract & The Dragon, the tape that introduced us to “Thank You” and the still-bubbling potential of the long-standing duo’s collabs.
Covering a soul standard, Busta and The Abstract team up with famous friends (who don’t actually rhyme on the track). Still it’s a jam for the older folk and some revivalists.
Countless rappers have made it big on the silver screen including LL Cool J, T.I and Ice T. Others have made cameos on sitcoms, dramas and the occasional sci-fi show. Here is a list of some of our favorite hip hop artists t.v. cameos. Read More