We haven't really heard from Busta Rhymes' Conglomerate artist J-Doe since we interviewed him, and that was back in June. Today he returns with some radio-friendly, somewhat poppy hip-hop flavor on "Theme Song." The record features another sligh
You probably know O.T. Genasis as the new face of Busta Rhyme's Conglomerate Records. Busta's first signee, though, is another L.A. guy, J-Doe, who's had years of industry experience under his belt.
O.T. Genasis' career has been launched quite successfully thanks to "CoCo," so now Busta Rhymes is putting his focus on another Conglomerate artist, J Doe. The rapper cooked up the perfect anthem for not giving any fucks, which seems to be a trend these days.
With its opening drumroll, undeniably funky guitar licks, use of unique percussion instruments and, of course, those horns, OutKast's "SpottieOttieDopaliscious" is one of the duo's most iconic songs.
Busta Rhymes' The Conglomerate lost one of it's members recently, when Reek Da Villain decided to take his talents over to Cash Money. This news arrived shortly after we found out that Bussa Bus had decided to leave Birdman's label.
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.
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.
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.
Hear Welcome To My Fan Club (Hosted by the LA Leakers), the latest project from J-Doe, released on Friday, August 9th, 2013. J-Doe continues to impress with each new leak, and Welcome To My Fan Club (Hosted by the LA Leakers) is no exception.
The Conglomerate crew take one from their "Catastrophic" mixtape and turn it into visual form. Did you enjoy Busta Rhymes and J-Doe's contributions to this video? And how do you feel about the production here?
Off the Conglomerate's "Catastrophic" mixtape, here are visuals of the J-Doe track with Busta called "Elevator Music". Did you enjoy J-Doe's contributions to this video? Are y'all feeling this one?
Quotable Lyrics"Ayo, why you niggas wanna try to complicate shit? Why y'all niggas wanna try to ask me questions now?
Quotable Lyrics"Nigga, you know who the fuck we is?
Bump Mula (Freestyle), the latest cut from Busta Rhymes which features J-Doe & Reek Da Villian on the assist. It dropped on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012. Busta Rhymes's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Mula (Freestyle) is no exception.
Give My Type Of Party (Freestyle) a listen - it's a new offering from Busta Rhymes, featuring J-Doe & Reek Da Villain. It was dropped on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012.
Stream Elevator Music [No DJ], the newest drop from J-Doe which features Busta Rhymes. The cut was released on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012. J-Doe continues to impress with each new leak, and Elevator Music [No DJ] is no exception.
Quickly after releasing the audio last night, we get the official video for J-Doe and Busta Rhymes' collabo "Elevator Music," which will live on the Conglomerate mixtape "Catastrophic."Who else would you like to have seen on this video? Thoughts?
Listen to Elevator Music [Tags], the new track by J-Doe featuring Busta Rhymes which was dropped on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012. J-Doe's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Elevator Music [Tags] will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning.
Listen to Us (Freestyle), the new track by Busta Rhymes featuring J-Doe & Reek Da Villian which was dropped on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012.
Busta drops the vintage gangster visuals for his track "Movie" featuring J-Doe. How do y'all feel about the collabo with J-Doe? Let us know what you think, folks. Check out the latest video from Busta Rhymes, Busta Rhymes Feat. J-Doe "Elevator Music" Video.
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