Busta superimposed his own interpretation of Demarco’s new song “Hustlers”
You see I’m ready and determined and I’m willing and I’m able to get money regardless how the economy is unstable… – Busta Rhymes
Post-Arab Money Busta Rhymes has been bombarding us with a plethora of verses, freestyles, guest appearances. Much to his credit though, it never appears as if he is over-imposing (at least, the excess this time is not as profound or as outrageous as it was in the very late 1990s and early 2000s, and some remarkable results came out of that period). Look here/here/here –I can easily point to a dozen live links of tracks he’s unleashed within the last month.
Here are two more- Brooklyn rappers adopting recent Dancehall hits (well, a classic in the case of Vybz Kartel’s “Don’t Run”) The other joint is Maino’s version of Busy Signal’s “Jail”, which is off this Bad Boy Riddim.[audio:http://nyc.duttyartz.com/mp3s/MainoBusySignal-NahGoToJailAgain.mp3]