Fans of that raw, street hip-hop are already well aware that Westside Gunn's Supreme Blientele has arrived. Those in the know can attest to its grimy aesthetic, culminating in Gunn's most complete and varied project thus far. While production is stacked throughout, and features are certain to appease those sick and tired of ongoing hip-hop trends, the Alchemist produced "Brossface Brippler" emerges as a clear highlight. And while Westside Gunn and Benny both deliver excellent verses, it's the legendary Busta Rhymes who steals the show.
Those accustomed to hearing Busta Rhymes spit machine-gun rhymes over cookie-cutter beats are in need of a wake-up call. This may very well be it. Somehow, Westside Gunn has awakened the Dungeon Dragon, as Busta Rhymes wastes little time in taking it back to When Disaster Strikes; from the moment you hear his cadence, those savvy to Busta's glory days will immediately smirk in nostalgic glee. It's most certainly Busta's gulliest work in years, so shout out to Westside Gunn for orchestrating this meeting of the bosses.
Pop the bottle cork and spray
Pipe your bitch till she sleepin, show my bread she'll be forced to pay
Cock now I'm letting off the K
Developer, mogul in the shape of the predator,
And i'll off the prey, despite how they kneel and often pray