This entry from the Mick Boogie mixtape Dillagence caught
a few heads totally by surprise. You immediately get drawn
in by its raw fury, both on the part of the beat and Busta
himself. Originally an instrumental from the Jaylib collaboration
sessions of Dilla and Madlib, the beat raps upon your temple
repeatedly like a salesman at your door. Its fresh vocal samples
mesh well with a vivid bass guitar loop. Busta, chock full of
the usual vigor is unparalled here, spitting lyrics out with
wild abandon. You can tell in his voice how hyped up he is to
have this beat in his headphones and yet another classic track
in both his and Dilla's legacies.
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