Busta Rhymes, Big Ali and R-Wan just dropped "Bottles Up." There are probably hundreds of other songs that bear the same title, but they most likely sound nothing like this collage of a track. The structure is as confusing as the eclectic arrangement. The production fuses trap with intense dance stylings. The quintessential buildups make up most of the 2-minute track. The whirlwind of the track has the ability to give listeners the feeling of being lost and confused in the middle of a night full of regret. The kind where friends are nowhere to be found and addresses are too long to remember. This feeling is offered for free. No alcohol required. "Bottles Up" is a party without a hangover.
Last time we heard Busta Rhymes, he was hanging with Westside Gunn. Their collaboration, which also features Benny, dropped a couple of weeks about. The heavyweight track entitled "Brossface Grippler" is available for streaming here.
Now she wild up on me and she tryna sip Patrón
You sip on my * while I'm in a zone
Shorty bangin' lookin' like a young Nina Simone