Busta Rhymes Songs

  • Master Race
    Master Race
    As we heard on his "Twerk" single, Busta Rhymes is back working with Pharrell, and once again, he's channelling dancehall on his vocals. His new record, "Master Race," was played on Pharrell's OTHERtone Beats 1 radio show over the weekend, so we're still hearing a censored version at this point. 
  • Out The Trunk (Remix)
    Out The Trunk (Remix)
    Fashawn's latest album The Ecology finds the Fresno rapper at the top of his game, now signed to Nas' Mass Appeal. Now, he's given us a remix to one of the LP's standout tracks, the Exile-produced "Out the Trunk," featuring none other than Conglomerate Records' boss Busta Rhymes.  Fashawn has a stop-start flow, hitting us with witty bars when we least expect it. Busta, now 42, shows no signs of slowing down, providing a nice contrast with his manic, multisyllabic flows that we know and love. 
  • Wall To Wall
    Wall To Wall
    Raekwon has managed to age gracefully throughout his career, delivering one of the few late career album sequels that actually lived up to it's name (Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II). While he generally keeps his collaborations within the Wu family, he's appeared as a feature on plenty of modern records, including Kanye West's Dark Twisted Fantasy. Despite never straying far from what put him on, Raekwon is a versatile rapper, and his new collaboration finds him comfortably within the same lane as fellow OG Busta Rhymes and Bronx newcomer French Montana.
  • Broad Daylight
    Broad Daylight
    Veteran duo M.O.P. are working on a new EP, Street Certified, for November 18th. Today they let go a new single off the forthcoming EP, teaming up with fellow OG Busta Rhymes for a verse on "Broad Daylight," which has a recognizable Jay Z sample acting as the hook. Production comes from i-Fresh.
  • Hail Mary (Murder Inc. Diss)
    Hail Mary (Murder Inc. Diss)
    We have a persistent commenter asking us to throw up a Murder Inc. throwback record, and I promise it'll happen soon, but this week we're going with 50 Cent's infamous diss records towards Irv Gotti's crew and Ja Rule specifically, with assistance from Eminem and Busta Rhymes. Sorry (not sorry). This is almost like a Murder Inc. throwback, right?
  • Hot Nigga (Remix)
    Hot Nigga (Remix)
    Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" took over the summer this year, spawning freestyles from just about every rapper in the game. Now, the Brooklyn emcee has let loose the official remix. Featuring the all-star line up of Fabolous, Jadakiss, Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, Rowdy Rebel & Yo Gotti, the release was premiered via HOT 97′s new iPhone app and quickly spread like wildfire to the rest of the web soon after.
  • Calm Down 3.0
    Calm Down 3.0
    Busta Rhymes found major success with his Eminem-assisted single, "Calm Down", which was structured as something of a battle record.
  • So Mi Like It (Remix)
    So Mi Like It (Remix)
    Busta Rhymes has shown he can hold his own when it comes to dancehall. The always animated rapper can rock a pretty convincing patois, and his aggressive delivery works wonders on a riddim. Dropping his collaborative Conglomerate mixtape earlier this week, one of the highlights came with Busta's take on Spice's "So Mi Like". Taking the first 16, Busta playing a good foil to the dancehall vocalist.
  • I Ain't One Of Them Niggaz
    I Ain't One Of Them Niggaz
    It’s been a minute since we last heard an original song from Murda Mook, but after his Totally Slaughter win a couple weeks ago, his confidence has never been higher. Tonight, the self-proclaimed “Battle Rap God” releases his newest song “I Ain’t One Of Them Niggaz”, featuring a fellow NYC lyricist Busta Rhymes. Proving he can do more than just battle rap, Murda keeps the subject matter the same as a battle and throws some shots at Loaded Lux. The feature from Busta is’t so much a verse either, as its more so a co-sign as he talks some ish on the outro.
  • Calm Down (New Verse)
    Calm Down (New Verse)
    Busta Rhymes and Eminem's "Calm Down" functioned almost like a battle rap, but this alternate version of the track has a bit of a different feel, as Busta delivers another verse in Em's place. The track is still as ferocious as ever, and is rumored to be the version that Busta originally recorded and sent to Em. Either way it has the rapper in top form, almost making up for the lack of Em entirely.
  • Calm Down
    Calm Down
    This has been a long time coming, but finally we got word last week that Busta Rhymes highly anticipated collaboration with Eminem, "Calm Down", would be arriving this week. What better way to start your Monday morning than by listening to a new Bussa Bus x Em collabo? Production comes from Scoop DeVille, and the song serves as the first official single off Busta's forthcoming album E.L.E. 2.
  • Fight Night (Remix)
    Fight Night (Remix)
    The Conglomerate has been very present over the last little while. Outside of growing out his hair again, Busta Rhymes has been making sure to put his crew on, courtesy of a slew of remixes from himself O.T. Genasis, J-Doe, and plenty of others. The aforementioned artists show up on the latest track, which happens to be a take on Migos' infectious west coast-channeling single, "Fight Night". Leaving the trio's hook intact, the crew take turns tearing up the instrumental with their respectively unique deliveries.
  • Good Kisser (Remix)
    Good Kisser (Remix)
    The "Good Kisser" remixes keep coming in fast and furious. Outside of the official Rick Ross version, many-a-rapper has taken on the instrumental-- though Busta may be the first spitter to break out some melodies. While rap and R&B are becoming increasingly harder to separate, with plenty of new artists singing as much as they rap. That being said, Bussa Bus is definitely of a different era, and we were not expecting him to start crooning mid-verse, but he pulls it off pretty damn well.
  • Oh God
    Oh God
    Busta Rhymes has been throwing down plenty of freestyles with his pal O.T. Genasis over the last little while. His latest offering also adds a verse from fellow 90s New York legend Raekwon, as the three emcees go in over a reworked sample of The LOX's "Get This $", keeping with the NY vibe of things.
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    Busta Rhymes has been putting on for his crew lately, hopping plenty of remixes with OT Genasis and J-Doe, rappers from his label, The Conglomerate.
  • Touchdown (Remix)
    Touchdown (Remix)
    To date, all we have from Cali rapper OT Genasis on HNHH is his guest verse on Troy Ave's remix of Chris Brown's "Loyal," but if this new, star-studded remix is any sign of things to come, we'll be seeing a lot more from him in the future. Busta Rhymes, French Montana and Juicy J have hopped on Genasis' "Touchdown" -- listen and download below.
  • Partition (DJ Rob Dinero Remix)
    Partition (DJ Rob Dinero Remix)
    After just being featured on Michelle Williams new single “Say Yes”, Beyonce is back making noise on the site, but thanks DJ Rob Dinero that is. Dinero decided to put together this remix of Beyonce’s song "Partition" and gets some contributions from R&B artist Nathaniel and rapper Busta Rhymes.
  • Cut Her Off (Remix)
    Cut Her Off (Remix)
    K Camp's "Cut Her Off" has been poppin' off in Atlanta for a minute now, but it's recently grown some legs outside of the region, and is currently sitting at number 80 on the Billboard 200. If you haven't heard the hilarious, Lime-A-Rita-centric story story behind the banger, make sure to watch K Camp's Breakfast Club interview ASAP.
  • We Dem Boyz (Remix)
    We Dem Boyz (Remix)
    The Conglomerate are back with another new remix for the streets. After doing damage on Future’s “Move That Dope” remix, Busta Rhymes, O.T. Genasis, and J-Doe decide to give Wiz Khalifa’s “We Dem Boyz" the remix treatment. Adding some auto-tune to their voices, The Conglomerate delivers some braggadocious rhymes and let everyone know who the real boyz are. Busta even partakes in the auto-tune on this as well.
  • Move That Dope (Remix)
    Move That Dope (Remix)
    Busta Rhymes and O.T Genesis are the most recent rappers to go in over Future's brick-flipping anthem, "Move That Dope".  The duo actually got the real loop of the beat, which is rare considering the many remakes we've heard rappers taking on recently. Busta has a new album on Cash Money in the works, and in a recent interview the rapper revealed that he's planning on releasing the project, which will be titled E.L.E.2 (Extinction Level Event 2) on July 4th.
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