Papoose assembles the all-star team of Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes and his wife Remy Ma for the video to the remix of “Thought I Was Gonna Stop.” Lots and lots of bars.
PAPOOSE FEAT. 2 CHAINZ, BUSTA RHYMES, REMY MA & LIL WAYNE – THOUGHT I WAS GONNA STOP [PRODUCED BY TIMBALAND]
Papoose would like to send a reminder to everyone that he’s about this rapping and joins forces with Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes and Remy Ma for the remix of “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” produced by none other than Timbaland. From Pap’s “December” EP.
Snoop Dogg may be Uncle Snoop these days but the rapper who terrorized the industry in the 1990s still exists. Over some wicked Nottz production, Snoop recruits Jadakiss, Benny The Butcher and Busta Rhymes to spit some “Murda Music.” From his new compilation album The Algorithm.
Busta Rhymes, a lady and some liquor are in a dimly lit room as the living legend is in “Deep Thought” for his latest video off of Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God.
Khrysis is one of the more slept on producers in Hip Hop and just dropped an album titled The Hour of Khrysis that should be on your radar. Featuring the likes of Geechi Suede, Evidence, Problem, Chi Ali and others, one of the standout tracks is “Negro Spiritual” which features Pharoahe Monch and Busta Rhymes. And it is incredible.
Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey have some history together with collaborations dating back nearly a decade. The two linked up again on Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath Of God with “Where I Belong” and now have a video to match.
It’s hard to believe that it has been five years since Phife Dawg passed away. But his family has been hard at work to complete the follow up to his Ventilation: Da LP album that dropped back in 2000. The video for “Nutshell Pt. 2” features Redman and Busta Rhymes and also has cameos from Q-Tip, Consequence and DJ Rasta Roo.
There are no updates on when the album will drop but this is a good sign that we’re going to get something dope.
Talib Kweli and Diamond D’s Gotham album is set to drop on April 16th and the duo connect with Busta Rhymes for “The Quiet One” off the album.
“One of the first well-known producers to ever show me love in this music business was the legend Diamond D,” Kweli said. “I was raised on his music, from his solo work to the incredible contributions he’s made on the albums of others like Big L, Yasiin Bey, A Tribe Called Quest, Fat Joe, Fugees and many others. As a Bronx native, his sound represents the best, most original hip-hop in the world. New York City.”
It still feels unreal that Phife Dawg is no longer with us. But his legacy will live on and the latest reminder of his incredible ability as an emcee comes with “Nutshell Pt. 2” that features Redman and Busta Rhymes joining Phife over a J Dilla production. It’s a sequel to the last song Phife released.
Benny Boom takes the helm and handles the remix video for Busta Rhymes’ “Czar” featuring M.O.P. Fresh off of Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God, Bussa Bus gets a black and white treatment that may remind you of the “Flava In Ya Ear” remix.