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Snoop Dogg, Cipha Sounds, Busta Rhymes + More Credit Nipsey Hussle For Gang-Uniting NY Event: “Gang-Truce In The Bronx”

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West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg, Cipha Sounds, Busta Rhymes and more are crediting Nipsey Hussle for a historic New York City event. The hip-hop community have saluted the late rap artist for inspiring gangs to unite in the Big Apple.

Over the past few hours, everyone from Snoop to Rhymes went to Instagram with big props to Nipsey.

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New York rapper Mysonne led the charge and encouraged gang members to unite Sunday in Manhattan.

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POWER Star Omari Hardwick, Busta Rhymes + Snoop Dogg Congratulate Tiger Woods: “Nip, Did You See Tiger Today”

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The entertainment industry is celebrating Tiger Woods‘ greatness. Hollywood heavyweight Omari Hardwick, Busta Rhymes and Snoop Dogg have congratulated the golfing icon on winning his fifth Masters tournament.

Over the past few hours, the trio flooded their Instagram pages with salutes to Woods.

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Woods’ Masters victory is his latest in nearly 15 years.

For the first time since 2005 and for the fifth time in his historic career, Tiger Woods once again sits atop the Augusta National throne. Big Cat emerged victorious on Sunday at the Masters, sending the entire sports world into a frenzy — and come Monday, one smart bettor will be laughing all the way to the bank as a result of the victory.  

Tiger’s historic win has sparked a flurry of positive reactions throughout the sports world.

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Look: Busta Rhymes Shares Teen Nipsey Hussle Pic On His Life-Changing East Africa Trip

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New York rapper Busta Rhymes still has Nipsey Hussle on his mind. The rap veteran went to Instagram Tuesday to share a throwback pic of a teen Nipsey with his family in East Africa.

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50 Cent Finally Reacts To Busta Rhymes’ New Workout Plan

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New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t with the shade and trolling. Instead, the hip-hop veteran has applauded Busta Rhymes on getting his body right.

On Monday, Fif went to Instagram to credit Busta for securing one of the best trainers in the biz.

Over the weekend, Busta raised eyebrows by sharing pics of himself shaking weight in the gym.

Back in September, Rhymes went at rap pal 50 Cent by poking fun at his past relationship with President Donald Trump.

50 Cent didn’t hold back and unloaded with some hard-hitting memes aimed at Busta’s weight.

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Busta Rhymes Shares More Workout Goals-Driven Pics: “Stay Tuned… Nuff Said”

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New York rapper Busta Rhymes is really about getting his body right. The hip-hop veteran has shared another look at how he’s shaking the weight this spring.

Heading into the weekend, Busta hit up Instagram with a fresh shot of himself in the gym.

Back in September, Rhymes went at rap pal 50 Cent by poking fun at his past relationship with President Donald Trump.

50 Cent didn’t hold back and unloaded with some hard-hitting memes aimed at Busta’s weight.

Throughout the same week, Busta and 50 ignited a must-see playful e-beef against one another’s physical appearances.

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Busta Rhymes Low-Key Clocks In Workout Goals Months After 50 Cent Trolling: “Shhhhhh!!”

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New York rapper Busta Rhymes is getting his mind, body and soul right. The hip-hop veteran has teased fans with a sneak peek at how he’s burning calories in 2019.

On Friday, Bussa Buss hit up Instagram with a shot of himself working out with some serious weightlifting.

Back in September, Rhymes went at rap pal 50 Cent by poking fun at his past relationship with President Donald Trump.

50 Cent didn’t hold back and unloaded with some hard-hitting memes aimed at Busta’s weight.

Throughout the same week, Busta and 50 ignited a must-see playful e-beef against one another’s physical appearances.

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Look: Busta Rhymes Shows Off His Day One On Her B-Day – “Love You So Much Mommy”

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New York rapper Busta Rhymes is putting some big respect on his day one. The hip-hop veteran took a break from music-making Monday to acknowledge his mom’s born day.

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Busta Rhymes & Conway Team Up To Turn Wack Rappers Into Ghosts

Last year, Busta Rhymes was among the A-list guests that featured on Westside Gunn’s Supreme Blientele album. Also involving Benny The Butcher, “Brossface Brippler” is a highlight from that LP that is currently on Ambrosia For Heads‘ official playlist. Bussa’ Bus keeps close ties with the Griselda Records family, building upon that chemistry for Conway The Machine’s “Ghost Musik.” The record also includes Aaron Cooks.

Available for purchase on the Buffalo MC’s website, the single captures the raw styles from two masterful MCs. While Busta Rhymes’ command dates back nearly 30 years to his days with L.O.N.S., Conway is a 2010s-era MC whose recent recognition and output has put him in position to lead the new school.

Dr. Dre Is Finishing Busta Rhymes’ 1st Album In 7 Years

‘Verse Of The Year’ sh*t, every time I jot a poem / Why? ‘Cause I’m 10 times iller than these m*ricóns / Young boy caught a couple cases / He upstate, in general population, cuttin’ faces / Pull up to club and pop a couple Aces / And when I leave, I bet I pull off in a f*ckin’ spaceship,” spits the artist who recently put his Eif 2: Eat What U Kill album on streaming platforms. Conway stamps the track with swagger and confidence, speaking to the street life underbelly in a way that Hip-Hop purists have heralded. “My plug is a f*ckin’ racist / He dealin’ whites only, prices, no fluctuation / Put the blender in the batter like it’s f*ckin’ cake mix,” he blasts, as Busta Rhymes makes his way to the mic booth in the background.

Following a respectable verse from Aaron on an attention-grabbing song, the Flipmode Squad General shows why he is a decorated vet. B.R. has been making powder-coated songs since early in his solo career has no problem yielding into that lane. “These ni**as that they was nice with the pop, b*tch, I was nastier / Number-one coke pitcher, C.C. Sabathia / So relaxin’ when I cook the sh*t that kept the boy calm / Stirred the pot so much I caught spasms in my forearm / Y’all ni**as fakin’, just admit it / Got so nice with the chefin’, I wore aprons when I did it,” boats the MC who executive produced Raekwon’s “purple tape” sequel. The Native Tongues member uses vivid detail to recall his illicit work in the kitchen. He proclaims that it is an elite hustle that pays big dividends, despite bigger risks.

Conway The Machine Is No New Jack But He Uses “Nino Brown” For Inspiration

However, Busta also cautions amidst his boasting. “This horror-ful sh*t is something you should avoid, best you exit / F*ck ni**as up worse than the Opioid epidemic / Fentanyl-mixture bars be lethal, b*tch, you best expect it / Check it, my creatures war with people when I send the message.” “Ghost Musick” is a haunting demonstration.

As Dr. Dre is reportedly finishing up Busta’s first album in seven years, this superstar shows that he still loves keeping it grimy, lyrical, and ruthless with his rapping.

Last year, Busta Rhymes was among the A-list guests that featured on Westside Gunn’s Supreme Blientele album. Also involving Benny The Butcher, “Brossface Brippler” is a highlight from that LP that is currently on Ambrosia For Heads‘ official playlist. Bussa’ Bus keeps close ties with the Griselda Records family, building upon that chemistry for Conway The Machine’s “Ghost Musik.” The record also includes Aaron Cooks.

Available for purchase on the Buffalo MC’s website, the single captures the raw styles from two masterful MCs. While Busta Rhymes’ command dates back nearly 30 years to his days with L.O.N.S., Conway is a 2010s-era MC whose recent recognition and output has put him in position to lead the new school.

Dr. Dre Is Finishing Busta Rhymes’ 1st Album In 7 Years

‘Verse Of The Year’ sh*t, every time I jot a poem / Why? ‘Cause I’m 10 times iller than these m*ricóns / Young boy caught a couple cases / He upstate, in general population, cuttin’ faces / Pull up to club and pop a couple Aces / And when I leave, I bet I pull off in a f*ckin’ spaceship,” spits the artist who recently put his Eif 2: Eat What U Kill album on streaming platforms. Conway stamps the track with swagger and confidence, speaking to the street life underbelly in a way that Hip-Hop purists have heralded. “My plug is a f*ckin’ racist / He dealin’ whites only, prices, no fluctuation / Put the blender in the batter like it’s f*ckin’ cake mix,” he blasts, as Busta Rhymes makes his way to the mic booth in the background.

Following a respectable verse from Aaron on an attention-grabbing song, the Flipmode Squad General shows why he is a decorated vet. B.R. has been making powder-coated songs since early in his solo career has no problem yielding into that lane. “These ni**as that they was nice with the pop, b*tch, I was nastier / Number-one coke pitcher, C.C. Sabathia / So relaxin’ when I cook the sh*t that kept the boy calm / Stirred the pot so much I caught spasms in my forearm / Y’all ni**as fakin’, just admit it / Got so nice with the chefin’, I wore aprons when I did it,” boats the MC who executive produced Raekwon’s “purple tape” sequel. The Native Tongues member uses vivid detail to recall his illicit work in the kitchen. He proclaims that it is an elite hustle that pays big dividends, despite bigger risks.

Conway The Machine Is No New Jack But He Uses “Nino Brown” For Inspiration

However, Busta also cautions amidst his boasting. “This horror-ful sh*t is something you should avoid, best you exit / F*ck ni**as up worse than the Opioid epidemic / Fentanyl-mixture bars be lethal, b*tch, you best expect it / Check it, my creatures war with people when I send the message.” “Ghost Musick” is a haunting demonstration.

As Dr. Dre is reportedly finishing up Busta’s first album in seven years, this superstar shows that he still loves keeping it grimy, lyrical, and ruthless with his rapping.

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M.O.P.’s Ante Up Remix Was Supposed To Feature JAY-Z & Prodigy While They Were Beefing

Although “Ante Up,” may not M.O.P.’s highest-charting single, the street anthem is a cornerstone of Billy Danze and Lil Fame’s catalog. Released in late 2000, the Loud Records single produced by D/R Period was emblematic of the menacing music that the Brownsville, Brooklyn Rap duo had been making since 1994’s To The Death. At a time when so many artists were bragging about jewels, medallions, and flossing the “iced out” lifestyle, the Mash Out Posse reminded the high-posters that stick-up kids are forever out to tax. As the Warriorz single delivered M.O.P. to radio, music videos, and crossover markets, a remix enhanced the song. Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma, and longtime group affiliate Teflon appeared on the second offering, complete with a video (embedded below). However, in a new conversation with Doggie Diamonds’ The No Filter Podcast, Bill Danze reveals that another legendary lineup was originally intended. Billy Danze Takes A Classic Rick James Sample & Hammers It At 2:00, the show host asks Billy Danze how a young Remy Ma landed on the remix. “Remy forced her way on the record,” says the veteran who just released his solo project, 6 Pack. “What I mean by that is, she just did such a good verse. We didn’t have her in mind.” In the next few years after the breakthrough appearance, Remy Ma (who was still known as “Remy Martin”) would officially sign with SRC Records, Steve Rifkind’s imprint after Loud. Bill continues, “Really, [JAY-Z] was supposed to get on the song. Prodigy had did a [verse] for the song. I didn’t want to use Prodigy’s verse because he was actually talking about Jay. Remember, they had a lil’ beef then. So I hit Jay and was like, ‘Yo, nevermind. Don’t worry about the verse; we’re closing the song now.'” Bill continues that Jay likely knew that the Mobb Deep MC was going to be on the record. “He knew that was gonna happen. But I couldn’t allow that—even if it was the other way around. If Jay was on the record dissing Prodigy, I would’ve took Jay off the record. Nahmean? You don’t bring your beefs or lil’ war into my house; I don’t do that.” Just Blaze Says He’s Given M.O.P. All The Beats Intended For Their Roc-A-Fella Album At the time, Prodigy’s beef with Jay was just bubbling to the surface. According to a 2017 Complex feature, tensions started in 1998 when JAY-Z rapped, “It’s like New York’s been soft ever since Snoop came through and crushed the building,” on “Money, Cash, H*es.” In 1995, Capone-N-Noreaga, Tragedy Khadafi, and Mobb Deep has responded to Tha Dogg Pound and Snoop Dogg’s “New York, New York” with “L.A., L.A.” “Jay was nowhere to be found when that drama popped off between Mobb Deep, Dogg Pound, [Tupac], and Biggie,” Prodigy would later tell The Source, as quoted in his My Infamous Life memoir. “That was our little personal beef, not a coastal war… so JAY-Z is a b*tch-ass ni**a for making that quote in his lyrics.” Jay eventually landed in Tupac’s scope of enemies, although he has worked with Snoop and Tha Dogg Pound. Smif-N-Wessun Detail The Making Of The Album Where They Truly Gave Their All (Video) Less than a year after “Ante Up,” those tensions and alleged subliminal disses came to the surface on Jay’s “The Takeover” and Mobb’s “Crawlin’.” In a 2017 interview with Rap Radar Podcast, JAY-Z revealed that he and Prodigy made peace before his former counterpart’s passing. In 2000, Prodigy and M.O.P. were Loud label-mates. After Warriorz, Billy and Fame signed with JAY-Z’s Roc-A-Fella Records. Although the pair appeared on Jay’s “U Don’t Know (Remix),” they did not complete an album. Just Blaze recently revealed that he gave Lil Fame a drive of the beats set aside for that early 2000s project. Just also revealed in 2017 that Prodigy was the first MC to rap on “U Don’t Know.” In 1998, M.O.P., Jay, and Teflon collaborated on First Family 4 Life video single, “4 Alarm Blaze.” In 2014, M.O.P. and Mobb Deep teamed for “Street Certified.” N.O.R.E. & Havoc Have An Intense Conversation About The C-N-N/Mobb Deep Beef (Video) New music from Billy Danze is currently on Ambrosia For Heads‘ official playlist. 6 Pack features Fame and Teflon. #BonusBeat: M.O.P.’s “Ante Up (Remix)” video, featuring Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma, and Teflon:

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Dr. Dre Is Wrapping Up Busta Rhymes’ First LP In 7 Years

Over 10 years ago, Dr. Dre signed the illustrious Busta Rhymes to his Aftermath label, but the union only produced one album, Busta’s Big Bang in 2006. Now, it has been confirmed that post production finishing touches are being put on Buss A Bus’ first album since Year Of The Dragon.

Now, Busta is no longer on the Aftermath label, but he’ continuing his work with Dre, which is expected to churn out Buss’ first album in seven years and an unequivocal banger is all that’s expected. Dre’s role on the album has yet to be confirmed but it has been suggested he could be aiding his friend on either the production or engineering side of things.

Many know the long anticipation when it comes to a Dr. Dre production. With the album Detox yet to be released and Rakim and Joell Ortiz leaving the Aftermath umbrella due to creative differences, so the same results were almost expected with a Busta project, but that’s obviuosly not the case here.

More details of the album, including title, features, and a firm release date, are still under wraps but it is expected to be released at some point this year.

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