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flipmode123
01-10-2009, 05:01 AM
Album cover for "Back On My Bullshit":
http://2dopeboyz.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/20090109-jadabust2.jpg

http://www.flipmodefans.com

Release date: May 19th 2009

Tracklist:
1. What They Askin For (prod. by Ron Browz)
2. Wheel Of Fortune (prod. by DJ Scratch)
3. Conglomerate (Ft. Young Jeezy & Jadakiss) (prod. by Focus, Co-prod Dr. Dre)
4. Shoot For The Moon (prod. by Danja Hands)
5. Hustlers Anthem 2009 (Ft. T-Pain) (prod. by Ty Fyffe)
6. Kill Dem (Ft. Pharell & Tosh) (prod. by Neptunes)
7. Arab Money (Ft. Ron Browz)
8. Imma Go & Get Mine (Ft. Mike Epps on the intro) (prod. by DJ Scratch)
9. We Want In (Ft. Ron Browz, Spliff Star & Show Money) (prod. by King Karnov)
10. We Miss You (Ft. DeMarco & Jelly Roll) (prod. by Jelly Roll)
11. Sugar (Ft. Jelly Roll) (prod. by Jelly Roll)
12. Dont Believe Em (Ft. Akon & T.I.) (prod. by Cool & Dre)
13. Decision (Ft. Jamie Foxx, Mary J. Blige, John Legend & Common) (prod. by Mr. Porter)
14. If You Dont Know (Ft. Big Tigger) (prod. by Focus)
15. World Go Round (Ft. Estelle) (prod. by Jelly Roll)
16. We Made It (Ft. Linkin Park) (Bonus Track) (prod. by Cool & Dre)

Jin10304
01-10-2009, 06:46 AM
LOL what hes going broke so he went to a fucking mall photobooth for his album cover?

Suga Duga
01-10-2009, 07:02 AM
dope

claaa7
01-10-2009, 07:36 AM
feeling it..

SKANK HILL
01-10-2009, 07:40 AM
HAHA

that is great

i'd buy the album on the strength of the cover alone

SHEEPISH LORD OF CHAOS
01-11-2009, 03:44 AM
dope cover i just want the music on point

EAGLE EYE
01-11-2009, 04:07 AM
he has ADHD

swizz-chef
01-11-2009, 05:14 AM
lmao, straight busta! =)

DR. NICK RIVIERA
01-11-2009, 06:11 AM
the last cover that was shown, when he had the other name was dope too

I just hope he's really wyldin' out

flipmode123
02-26-2009, 11:34 AM
Music video for "Arab Money remix":
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXpXoEayJO8

Edgar Erebus
02-26-2009, 11:49 AM
the last cover that was shown, when he had the other name was dope too

I just hope he's really wyldin' out


Suuuuuuuuure, 'cause you can't do anything but wyld out on Cool & Dre beats.


But the cover bangs for sure, vintage Busta.

Krish
02-26-2009, 02:21 PM
dope cover i just want the music on point

Hahaha theres no chance of that happening with bullshit joints like 'Arab Money' loollll

INF
02-26-2009, 02:27 PM
dope. it kinda reminds me of this for some reason http://www.voodoologic.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/windowslivewriterthebestthattheworsthastooffer-bef7worst-covers-the-many-faces-of-roger-2.jpg

Miliato
02-26-2009, 03:31 PM
i like the cover, but if Arab Money is on the album no chance im buying it

drippie k
02-26-2009, 04:59 PM
^^^lol just off of one song?? why, cuz its "CUMERSHAL"? you prolly bought the big bang with that god-awful "i love my bitch" song on there so stfu

and the album cover is dope and have a good feelin on the album too

Miliato
02-26-2009, 05:43 PM
hah nah i didnt pick that one up...but i love that track 'cocaina' thats on there...i was pissed 'where's your money' didnt make that album. last Busta Rhymes album i bought was Anarchy or ELE, which ever one came second. But when i first heard of Back On My Bullshit and saw the cover i had high hopes.....then i heard Arab Money, the last shit i thought i would hear Busta on.....i feel like hes takin the Fat Joe path

drippie k
02-27-2009, 12:04 AM
have you heard other songs from the album like "wack" or "i got bass"??

thats busta back on his bullshit son

flipmode123
02-27-2009, 05:33 AM
Tracklist for "BACK ON MY B.S.":

1. What They Askin For
2. Wheel Of Fortune
3. Conglomerate Feat. Lil Wayne & Jadakiss
4. Shoot For The Moon
5. Hustlers Anthem 2009 Feat. T. Pain
6. Kill Dem Feat. Pharell & Tosh
7. Arab Money Feat. Ron Browz
8. Imma Go & Get Mine Feat. Mike Epps
9. We Want In Feat. Ron Browz, Spliff Star & Show Money
10. We Miss You Feat. DeMarco & Jelly Roll
11. Sugar Feat. Jelly Roll
12. Dont Believe Em Feat. Akon & T.I.
13. Decision Feat. Jamie Foxx, Mary J. Blidge, John Legend & Common
14. If You Dont Know Feat. Big Tgger
15. World Go Round Feat. Estelle (Bonus Track)
16. We Made It Feat. Linkin Park

Afficial_Nastee
02-27-2009, 07:40 AM
Tracklist for "BACK ON MY B.S.":

1. What They Askin For
2. Wheel Of Fortune
3. Conglomerate Feat. Lil Wayne & Jadakiss
4. Shoot For The Moon
5. Hustlers Anthem 2009 Feat. T. Pain
6. Kill Dem Feat. Pharell & Tosh
7. Arab Money Feat. Ron Browz
8. Imma Go & Get Mine Feat. Mike Epps
9. We Want In Feat. Ron Browz, Spliff Star & Show Money
10. We Miss You Feat. DeMarco & Jelly Roll
11. Sugar Feat. Jelly Roll
12. Dont Believe Em Feat. Akon & T.I.
13. Decision Feat. Jamie Foxx, Mary J. Blidge, John Legend & Common
14. If You Dont Know Feat. Big Tgger
15. World Go Round Feat. Estelle (Bonus Track)
16. We Made It Feat. Linkin Park


Nigga please....

What a bullshit ass tracklist if I look at the "feat artists"....

claaa7
02-27-2009, 08:24 AM
^^ co-sign.. mad dissapointing, producer ain't looking much better.. whatever happened to the joint with Rae & Ghost, "Samurai"?? ..was that only a rumour?
maybe it's for CL2 though.

flipmode123
02-27-2009, 08:44 AM
^^ co-sign.. mad dissapointing, producer ain't looking much better.. whatever happened to the joint with Rae & Ghost, "Samurai"?? ..was that only a rumour?
maybe it's for CL2 though.

that samurai track was something someone made up......

Afficial_Nastee
02-27-2009, 08:49 AM
that samurai track was something someone made up......

What do you hafta say bout the tracklist since you're a big Flipmode fan....

Edgar Erebus
02-27-2009, 08:49 AM
Nigga please....

What a bullshit ass tracklist if I look at the "feat artists"....



Talking about being back on bullshit.

flipmode123
02-27-2009, 09:57 AM
What do you hafta say bout the tracklist since you're a big Flipmode fan....


No matter what music i listen to, i dont prejudice it, thats pretty stupid to do with anything.

ive many of the songs already, thats the only disappoiting thing at the moment - i cant say much before ive heard the whole thing

singles: no surprises, constructed to hit the charts - as every other single on a major label.

ronald mcdonald
02-27-2009, 01:47 PM
people still care about this dude? talk about washed up, put ya hands where my eyes can see was a looong time ago.

Jin10304
02-27-2009, 03:58 PM
wow Dont Touch Me Now didnt make it huh? THAT was some vintage Busta, even the video made me a believer

flipmode123
02-28-2009, 03:58 AM
Arab Money Remix Pt. 2 video ft. Ron Browz, Spliff Star, Rick Ross, N.O.R.E. & Red Cafe:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbk1RtXuNQE

Max Prime
03-01-2009, 12:28 AM
took him long enough to release another album

MAYOR QUIMBY
03-01-2009, 12:46 AM
Can't wait for the album. Big Bang was dopeness.

MAYOR QUIMBY
03-01-2009, 12:47 AM
Wait, you guys mean to tell me "Throw The Water On Em!" aint on the new album?! Shit is soo sick!

12weLvE
03-01-2009, 12:23 PM
So far so wack lol....Not the cover, but the singles have pretty much sucked for the most part. I am not anticipating this at all, unless anybody points out that the album is actually good. Does anybody know why Dre isnt doing most of the producing? Big Bang was so banging... it would be a shame if this sucks.

venex
03-01-2009, 01:06 PM
hah nah i didnt pick that one up...but i love that track 'cocaina' thats on there...i was pissed 'where's your money' didnt make that album. last Busta Rhymes album i bought was Anarchy or ELE, which ever one came second. But when i first heard of Back On My Bullshit and saw the cover i had high hopes.....then i heard Arab Money, the last shit i thought i would hear Busta on.....i feel like hes takin the Fat Joe path

agree

ShaDynasty
03-01-2009, 05:24 PM
I'll probably buy it, cos I enjoy hearing Busta drop some new shit. But realistically, Busta is a rapper you can't count on anymore. You gotta see albums like 'Anarchy' and 'Ain't Safe No More' didn't really have any substance. 'The Big Bang' just about made it but the beats and guest rappers were the main draw, and considering what a unique and exciting vocalist he used to be its kind of sad.

Jin10304
03-01-2009, 08:50 PM
"Does anybody know why Dre isnt doing most of the producing? Big Bang was so banging"

Not being Aftermath anymore may have something to do with it

TheBoarzHeadBoy
03-01-2009, 09:37 PM
I bet his plan is to lower our opinion of him to rock bottom so he can make a full return and blow our minds out of our asses.

But first he has to resurrect ODB in order to remix Woo Haa with ft. Raekwon and Ghost as a RZA mix.

Then he has to do a song with Talib Kweli, Mos Def and Immortal Tech about the oppressed minorities.

And then do ten other tracks that sound like they came off of The Coming.

Oh and Reunite Flip Mode and do combine an album of the group as a double album.

flipmode123
03-22-2009, 09:05 AM
Busta Rhymes on Twitter:
http://api.twitter.com/BusaBusss

Flipmode TV on youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/user/FlipmodeTV

Dr. Simon Hurt
03-22-2009, 02:43 PM
Tracklist for "BACK ON MY B.S.":

1. What They Askin For
2. Wheel Of Fortune
3. Conglomerate Feat. Lil Wayne & Jadakiss
4. Shoot For The Moon
5. Hustlers Anthem 2009 Feat. T. Pain
6. Kill Dem Feat. Pharell & Tosh
7. Arab Money Feat. Ron Browz
8. Imma Go & Get Mine Feat. Mike Epps
9. We Want In Feat. Ron Browz, Spliff Star & Show Money
10. We Miss You Feat. DeMarco & Jelly Roll
11. Sugar Feat. Jelly Roll
12. Dont Believe Em Feat. Akon & T.I.
13. Decision Feat. Jamie Foxx, Mary J. Blidge, John Legend & Common
14. If You Dont Know Feat. Big Tgger
15. World Go Round Feat. Estelle (Bonus Track)
16. We Made It Feat. Linkin Park

looks awful...big tigger? linkin park? mike epps? t-pain
:r:r:r:r:r:r:r:r:r:r:r:r

whitey
03-22-2009, 04:52 PM
^that linkin park song is mad old. i hope that track list is wrong.

tragedykhadafi12
03-22-2009, 06:45 PM
Yo i like it a lot

Edgar Erebus
03-23-2009, 06:36 AM
I bet his plan is to lower our opinion of him to rock bottom so he can make a full return and blow our minds out of our asses.

You actually think that he's really able to make any kind of a plan?

staycreepin_n_silence
03-23-2009, 04:30 PM
it is weird

flipmode123
03-24-2009, 05:07 AM
MUSIC VIDEO TRAILER FOR THE NEW SINGLE "HUSTLERS ANTHEM 09":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNyCQSYvNts

Full video coming soon!

WWW.FLIPMODEFANS.COM

NIGHT MAYOR
03-24-2009, 05:20 AM
^ busa bus himself - truth is bond.

CharlesJones
03-28-2009, 11:13 AM
His last good album was When Disaster Strikes so i'm gonna pass on this new album and those guest appearances on his new album are wack.

mikeatris
04-01-2009, 09:21 PM
Damn sure a lot of guest on it. He must can't hold a track on his own no more.

flipmode123
04-07-2009, 11:32 AM
New video for "Hustler's Anthem 09", directed by Hype Williams:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gEOpixlshU

http://www.flipmodefans.com

flipmode123
04-30-2009, 09:51 AM
Respect My Conglomerate (music video trailer):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=farFbExjFSs

flipmode123
05-01-2009, 05:21 AM
RESPECT MY CONGLOMERATE VIDEO:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOV6K6JTnDo

drippie k
05-01-2009, 08:50 AM
RESPECT MY CONGLOMERATE VIDEO:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOV6K6JTnDo
that song is HOT

dunno why he switched jeezy for wayne in the video though

flipmode123
05-08-2009, 09:41 AM
New trailer for "Back On MY B.S." (in stores May 19th!):
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=57022863

flipmode123
05-08-2009, 09:49 AM
http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii104/umrg_newmedia/UMRG/assets/banners/busta%20rhymes/busta_DELUXRELEASE_160.gif

flipmode123
05-13-2009, 04:04 AM
Even dressed down in black t-shirt and black jeans, Busta Rhymes is still the centre of attention. Partly that's down to the accoutrements and accessories - a chain with a diamond-studded "B" pendant swings from his neck, he has rings on each pinky and on his left wrist an ostentatious, massive-faced wristwatch catches the light every time he moves his arm. He's called for refreshments, and as a label minion enters the studio with gallon bottles of gin, vodka and Scotch, Busta lights the first Newport from an airport-size carton. But it's in his bearing, the way his personality fills a room - you get the feeling that even if no-one was watching, he'd still act every inch the superstar.

As he plays his new album, he'll talk through the tracks, sketching in some stories, illuminating the process. Here's his track-by-track guide to Back on My B.S.


Wheel of Fortune
Produced by DJ Scratch
Busta: "Scratch has been with me pretty much every album, like J Dilla. This is vintage Bus-a-bus, '96-'97."

What They Askin' For
Produced by Ron Browz
Busta: "This is some shake ya ass shit - enjoy yourself music!"

Respect My Conglomerate
Produced by Focus
Featuring Lil' Wayne and Jadakiss
Busta: "The original is with Weezy; the version that's playing a lot these days is with Jeezy. I haven't released this version yet because... I just haven't decided to release it yet! We're shootin the video for this version with Weezy and I'm gonna release it at the same time."

Shoot for the Moon
Produced by Danja
Busta: "That's another one o' those feel-good, enjoy yourself, have-a-good-time records. My grandmother always used to tell me to shoot for the moon and that way even if I miss I'd land on the stars - do shit that exceeds my expectations so I'll accomplish my own. I always liked that saying. That's why I'd always do shit to make me stand out. That's why I said "Rarr rarr!" on the record with Tribe: it was like, 'OK then - out-do that!'"

Hustler's Anthem '09
Produced by Ty Fyffe
Featuring T-Pain
Busta: "This record was made to inspire the common man to keep hustlin', even though it's difficult to survive out there right now. None of us are spared the struggle with this economic travesty. There was a time when I would listen to music to escape the bullshit. Music was my drug - apart from weed, but I haven't smoked any of that since March. I only smoke these [cigarettes] now, and I probably won't be doin' that much longer with them costing so much."

Kill Them
Produced by Pharrell Williams
Featuring Pharrell and Tosh
Busta: "This is one o' the two tracks that were originally done when I was signed to Aftermath - the other was Don't Believe 'Em. The rest of the album was re-done when I did the deal with Sylvia. The beat here was inspired by Shame on a Nigga, from ODB. The guest on it is a lady called Tosh, a Jamaican Mariah Carey-type singer, but I wanted her to give me that raw Jamaican patois on this record, and cos of my Jamaican descent I did the same thing. And everybody take notice: Pharrell's new album is incredible. He played it to me in the studio and that shit made me cry, just like with Midnight Marauders when I first heard it. This isn't Rebel Child Soldier [Pharrell's rumoured supergroup with Kanye West and Lupe Fiasco], this is Pharrell by his self! Yo, the shit that he does on this album, he has never given it to anyone, ever. And it's no cameos on it! He has no-one with him on his album at all - it's just him by his self. This shit is the most incredible fuckin' album I've heard since Midnight Marauders. In f---in' tears, cryin' hysterically in the studio! Un f---in' believeable! And the entire album is about the suffering in the urban community. But this album is so crazy, that right now I think a movie is coming with the album, with some big f---in' super-producer in Hollywood. They heard the album and they couldn't believe it so they wanted to write a script for a movie that goes with the entire album. And the movie is gonna be based on the topics that he talks about in his songs. The movie provided the script. Yo, this shit is so f---ing crazy! So crazy!"

Arab Money
Produced by Ron Browz
Featuring Ron Browz
Busta: "This was a big, big record in the clubs, and like alot o' the rest o' the album, it make you feel good. Hope y'all know the dance!"

I'mma Go and Get Mine
Produced by DJ Scratch
Featuring Mike Epps
Busta: "I love this 'cos it's conceptual. Hip hop albums today to me miss conceptual records. You only get 'em if you're listening to a Nas or Jay-Z album. An example: Story to Tell on Biggie's Life After Death - it was just one verse of a very dope story. It had that creative approach that we could all identify with the situation, but nobody woulda thought of it to do it. The story behind I'mma Go and Get Mine is we was in Miami at a South Beach club called Privee. They had a long VIP area, and at the end there's a DJ booth and a long row of tables on either side. By the DJ booth is where the people who spend the most money are put, because it's away from all the people who're walking past. It's a little darker, cool, sexy. They had some guys who looked like stockbrokers, and, long story short, there was this young guy, 24, 25, with a real clean suit on, looked like they brokered a great deal and were in there celebratin'. A couple thugs came through the VIP section and wanted to sit at the table, but this guy wasn't movin' - he came early and was spendin' money. The thug started makin' a scene, and he was disruptin' the energy - everybody was having a good time before he came and the whole VIP had a problem with the kid. And five minutes in, the 24-year-old dude twisted this guy like a Rubik's Cube configuration - I guess he knew some martial arts shit. His boys had to help him up. The bottom line is the guy who didn't look dangerous was the most dangerous. Anyway, the thug gets up and he's like, 'I'mma sue this club! Where my earring at?' And as he's leavin' he says, 'I'mma go get my gun!' But he ain't come back. So I made this song for all the bigmouths."

We Want In
Produced by King Karnov
Featuring Ron Browz, Spliff Star and Show Money
Busta: "The point of this song is, if it's a worthwhile situation to be involved with, I want in. And for those who don't know, look out for King Karnov - he's got a track on Detox. We've changed the face of the Flipmode Movement. I learned over time you can't put on all the homies from the hood. This shit is a business - we have to shave unnecessary expense. And we have to develop the ones that are worthy because they're diamonds in the rough. Now there's just Show Money and Spliff Star. We are such in a good space, and this song's an example. The boom-bap is being reimplimented in this rap shit. Remember when we would listen to Midnight Marauders and the drums would knock your head off, the bass would rattle the car? I wanna bring all o' that back - that classic golden era hip hop shit. I hope y'all appreciate it as much as I do."

We Miss You
Produced by Needlz
Featuring DeMarco and Jelly Roll
Busta: "I called this record We Miss You because I felt that I am missed. I feel like golden era hip hop is missed, and I feel like the song speaks for a lot of us who want that shit still - not the old shit, but the classic feeling in the old way. We're not tryin' to live in the past, but hear that classic values in the new shit."

Sugar
Produced by Jelly Roll
Featuring Jelly Roll
Busta: "When I realised the Mariah Carey record did so well, I thought, 'I may not be the sexier motherf---er, but chicks like me!' I think you all will play this record when you're with your loved one, and taste their sugar. Ain't no dark shit that's gonna make you sad or upset or make you wanna hurt somebody."

Don't Believe 'Em
Produced by Cool & Dre
Featuring Akon and T.I.
Busta: "This was inspired by all our experiences legally. We all said. 'Let's get together as legal-pending-issue friends and make a song'! It got recorded as a result of us bein' pointed at so much it was like our lives were over, but we decided it ain't over 'til we say it's over. When you goin' through so much shit mofuckers won't touch you with a 10 foot pole. I wanted to have this as the theme song for the Superbowl. You know that Rocky shit, where he's jumpin' round on the top of the stairs with the kids? This is my Rocky shit."

Decision
Produced by Mr Porter (aka Kon Artis)
Featuring Mary J Blige, Jamie Foxx, John Legend and Common
Busta: "Again, this is a very inspirational record, a feel-good record. This record was originally written with Mary J Blige in mind, because I wrote the song thankin' Mary for makin' the decision to be my friend when I was goin' through a time o' crisis. I wrote the song to thank her, and sent her the record to get on it. She heard the record, loved it, got on it. I loved it so much I played it to everyone. Then I went to a cookout at Jamie Foxx's crib in LA, he loved it, so he got on it. 'Cos o my West Indian dialect, when I did Kill Them, Pharrell produced a record on John Legend's album that got Buju [Banton] on it, but I eventually spit on it too. Pharrell invited me to John Legend's session, and he wanted me to do the patois thing. And when I got there, I played the record for John Legend, and he ended up on it! So now the record was Busta Rhymes featuring Mary J Blige, Jamie Foxx and John Legend. Derek Dudley, who's Common's manager, ended up hearin' about the song, so then Common ended up on the record. It doesn't matter what f---in' album you're gonna buy this year, you're not gonna get that on anyone else's album. If you walk to the end of the earth to find this on someone else's project, you're not gonna get it. This record is based on the concept of us all bein' in situations where we needed friends, and those friends are always there when things are sexy and good, but when it's crisis and hard, are they still around? Those few who stick around are the ones you choose to keep around. That's my motherf---in' Grammy! Mark my word on this day: if I get an opportunity to perform it at the Grammys, I'll get John Legend at a piano, Stevie Wonder at a piano, fit them together like a puzzle. No band. Four stools. Busta Rhymes, Jamie Foxx, Mary and Common. When the person is singin' their lyric, the spotlight is on them, everyone else is in the dark, and when we get to the end of the song you see the church choir. There's raindrops fallin'. There's a standin' ovation, everybody's cryin' but they happy. This song just means so much to me - there's no dirty version, this is the only version. I don't use profane language, the N word, nothing. I didn't even do that consciously, it just happened - I didn't realise until after the fact. The beauty of the content allowed it to come together in that way. And what I love about it is you don't even miss it. The object of the whole shit I'm tryin' to do is about feelin' good and feelin' right. What feels right doesn't have to incorporate the ingredients we usually think it has to. The truth always feels good, even if it's brutal."

If You Don't Know, Now You Know
Produced by Focus
Featuring Big Tigger
Busta: "The title is the famous Biggie slogan. I did this with Big Tigger from BET. He has this thing he does callled The Blueprint, one-on-one in-depth interviews with the biggest artists, where they answer all the questions they never normally answer. And I thought I'd do a song like that, so I speak on everything from when I got all muscled-up for the Big Bang album and the allegations of steroid use; whether I was f---in' Delicious from Flavor of Love; why did I cut my dreads; why the original members of Flipmode aren't around; Miss Jones and her f--- relationship. And all the questions are rhymes, and all the answers are rhymes. I dare someone to do this on their album after me!"

[Editor's note: some versions of the Back on My B.S. track listing omit this track and replace it with We Made It, featuring Linkin Park. At the time this piece is published, HIPHOP.COM has been unable to confirm which track will appear on the final version of the album.]

World Go Round
Produced by Jelly Roll
Featuring Estelle
Busta: "I tested this record when I was overseas in a couple o' clubs. I always walk around with my music and when I go in clubs I ask the DJs to try it. This song got three or four spinbacks in various clubs: it's one o' those real dance records."



Busta: "I'm proud of this album - and I hope you're all proud o' me. I ain't never loved anything more than my own children... let me correct that - I never loved anything as much as my family or my kids, my mom, my pops, my brother, my children, my beautiful woman - like this music. Everything I give my family I get back, and everything I give to this music I get back. Even the bad moments are like training - like boot camp you have to go through before you receive your medals. I feel, today, this album is my most phenomenal body of work, as far as the balance: I got my boom-bap shit for the street, I got big records for pop radio without compromising who I am, I got inspirational records and records that make you laugh, have fun and wanna enjoy your life. There's no dark point on my album - even when I had to address issues I didn't wanna address in the past I made it feel like it's fun to do that. A lot of your fans grow with you, and I really value that personal connection, even if I don't know them directly - we are a family, and I acknowledge that and appreciate and respect that, 'specially these days when the fans are so fickle and they're trained to take you away from the thing you're focused on. This technology era is just so much shit."

DR. NICK RIVIERA
05-13-2009, 05:07 AM
this is going to suck

claaa7
05-13-2009, 11:02 AM
just read the article and i think this might definitely be a good album though i'm sure there will be a few songs i won't enjoy.. i would have liked a little cameo from Q-Tip, Rae/Ghostface and a few more DJ Scratch joints (not to mention Dr. Dre production) but still looks promising judging from the track-by-track breakdown.

about the Q&A-interview song though; Sadat X did a joint just like that called "The Interview" on his '96 debut LP.

Spectrum7glr
05-13-2009, 04:21 PM
just leaked, If You Don't Know, Now You Know ain't on it

claaa7
05-13-2009, 04:29 PM
^^ damn, that sounded like a real hot joint..

Spectrum7glr
05-13-2009, 04:34 PM
yeah that's was i thought too, but it could not have saved the album... as much as i love Busta, it's not the kind of record i expected with this title

flipmode123
05-13-2009, 05:42 PM
http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii104/umrg_newmedia/UMRG/assets/banners/busta%20rhymes/dvd300x250-1.jpg

IN STORES May 19th!!! First print includes a bonus DVD, but only while supplies last. Second print run will not include the bonus DVD.
http://2dopeboyz.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/20090109-jadabust2.jpg

Tracklist:

1. Intro / Wheel of fortune
2. What They Askin For
3. Conglomerate Ft. Lil Wayne & Jadakiss
4. Shoot For The Moon
5. Hustlers Anthem 09 Ft. T-Pain
6. Kill Dem Feat. Pharrell & Tosh
7. Arab Money Ft. Ron Browz
8. Imma Go & Get Mine Ft. Mike Epps
9. We Want In Ft. Ron Browz, Spliff Star & Show Money
10. We Miss You Ft. DeMarco & Jelly Roll
11. Sugar Ft. Jelly Roll
12. Dont Believe Em Ft. Akon & T.I.
13. Decision Ft. Jamie Foxx, Mary J. Blige, John Legend & Common
14. World Go Round Ft. Estelle

Buy the singles from "Back On My B.S.":
Buy "Hustler's Anthem 09" on Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=303960329&s=143441

Buy "Arab Money" on Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=295315688&s=143441

Preorder "Back On My B.S." here:

Cduniverse: http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?pid=7867393

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Back-My-B-S-Busta-Rhymes/dp/B001SMC926/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1235734525&sr=1-3

Bestbuy: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=1959097&skuId=9126466&type=product

Barnes & Noble: http://music.barnesandnoble.com/Back-on-My-BS/Busta-Rhymes/e/602527007014/?itm=11

Play: http://www.play.com/Music/CD/4-/8902929/Back-On-My-B-S/Product.html

MORE BUSTA RHYMES & FLIPMODE AT HTTP://WWW.FLIPMODEFANS.COM

J-DON
05-13-2009, 06:31 PM
It leaked and I really hate it. Such a HUGE drop in quality from The Big Bang (too many people hated or slept on this album).

Decision is the best song. Everything else sounds like hes scrambling to find what kind of beats are hot now.

flipmode123
05-19-2009, 04:19 AM
The song with Big Tigger will be on the second shipment of the album. It was supposed to make the first shipment, but it was a little delayed because of a sample clearance. Heard the song now, and it a classic one!
THE SONG IS AVAILABLE ON ITUNES ETC NOW!!!!!

flipmode123
05-19-2009, 01:22 PM
Buy "Back On My B.S." digitally: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0029PURAC/?tag=unimotrecunir-20

flipmode123
05-19-2009, 01:35 PM
"Bust it like Busta" contest, go here to participate: http://www.ourstage.com/go/bustitlikebusta

http://m1.ourstage.com/pg/TPGTCZYVEUSC-520x520.jpg

flipmode123
05-19-2009, 05:21 PM
Buy "Back On My B.S." on Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=315966487&s=143441

DCasper
05-19-2009, 08:18 PM
From last night Secret Myspace show

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another 12 videos from the show on my channel.

Here's some pics.
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Peace

flipmode123
05-20-2009, 05:55 AM
i used some of your videos at www.flipmodefans.com

flipmode123
05-23-2009, 01:15 PM
Coming very soon: "world go round remix", produced by pharrell. Stay tuned!!!

flipmode123
05-26-2009, 05:08 PM
BUSTA TV "NEWS FLASH" AND FIRST PART OF "BUSTED!", INCLUDED ON THE BONUS DVD:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CICO_H7_T4E


Order "Back On My B.S." here:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Back-My-B-S-Busta-Rhymes/dp/B001SMC926/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1235734525&sr=1-3

Amazon (digitally): http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0029PURAC/?tag=unimotrecunir-20

Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=315966487&s=143441
The Itunes release has a bonus track: Busta Rhymes ft. Jesse West - How you really want it!

MORE BUSTA RHYMES & FLIPMODE (SPLIFF STAR & SHOW MONEY) AT HTTP://WWW.FLIPMODEFANS.COM

RynMur
06-17-2009, 08:23 PM
^tell busta bust to get back on his bullshit and quit selling out. one of 09s biggest dissapointments for me.

Jammin
06-17-2009, 11:43 PM
look what happened to the flipmode squad, the biggest disappointement ever