New Music by Busta Rhymes Featuring Capella Grey
Okay, OK, OK! Busta Rhymes is back with a hot brand-new track out everywhere for the world to hear. The overall production is hot and the beat is soft with Busta Rhymes' slick bars. The newly released song is called Run It Up featuring Capella Grey. The song is released under The Conglomerate Entertainment, Inc. and EMPIRE Records. It's about making sure fans get to listen to the speed rapper that always has some of the most entertaining music videos. Most of Busta Rhymes' songs are stapled in your head because he always delivers a hit tune. Listen to the song below and let us know your thoughts.
Busta Rhymes' Top 10 Songs of All Time
Busta Rhymes was born in Long Island, New York, and grew up listening to music by Run DMC, LL Cool J, and Public Enemy. He began rapping at age 12, and released his first solo album, The Coming (1994) when he was just 17 years old. His second album, Back on My B.S., came out in 1996 and earned him a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.
“Wake Up Show Me Love” (2001)
“Wake up show me love/I wanna see you move your body/Show me what you got/You ain't gotta tell me twice/I'm gonna make you feel good/I'll wake you up with my kisses/And I'll make you feel real good/I'll wake up show me, love,/Let's go crazy tonight”
“Put You On The Game” (2002)
This song was released as the lead single off Busta Rhymes’ sophomore album, Back At It Again. The track features guest vocals by Lil Wayne and Big Boi.
“Touchin’ Me” (2003)
The song starts with an introspective verse from Busta Rhymes before he goes into a freestyle rap. He raps about how he wants to touch women and make them feel good.
“Gimme Some More” (2004)
This song was released as the lead single off of Busta Rhymes’ 2004 album, Back on My B.S.. It features guest appearances by Nas, Jay Z, and Lil Wayne.
“Pass Out” (2005)
“Pass Out,” also known as “I Got 5 On It,” is a song by American rapper Busta Rhymes featuring fellow rappers Nas, Jay Z, & Lil Wayne. It was produced by DJ Premier and co-produced by Kanye West. The song samples "The Message" by Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five.
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