Busta Rhymes will release his highly-anticipated tenth studio album Extinction Level Event 2 sometime in 2014... and according to producer Scoop Deville, the rapper's new collaboration with Eminem will "destroy the streets of NY and Hip-Hop." If Slim Shady fans were impressed with MMLP2, just wait...
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According to HotNewHipHop.com, Deville revealed this about Rhymes' upcoming album and fresh track alongside the popular Detroit emcee:
"That's the next record that's going to, I'd say, destroy the streets of New York and hip-hop in a lot of ways... That record is something that we've been putting together for a minute. It's not just like an overnight thing. We've been trying to make this THE record to bring back Busta in a major way."
Deville continued, "Not only are you going to get the song, you're going to get a video, you're going to get the old Buss, old Em, and it's like six minutes of just rhyming - 64 bars [Busta], 60 bars Em - just destroying it, it's insane."
He claims that Rhymes "redid" his verse after Eminem "blacked-out" upon receiving the track (allegedly entitled "Calm Down").
Check out the full interview here:
Back in September, Rhymes told XXL magazine:
"I've got a six-minute record with Eminem that sounds like we are respectfully trying to battle each other in a way that you probably never heard us battle in our entire careers on a record. So it's lot of real incredibly golden moments for us on this project."
Sounds like a pretty great collaboration. Rhymes' E.L.E.2 is scheduled for a November 2014 release date. Here's a little sneak-peek:
E.L.E.2 is the follow-up to 1998's infamous E.L.E: The Final World Front.