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DJ Khaled – Welcome To My Hood (Remix) featuring Ludacris, T-Pain, Busta Rhymes, Twista, Mavado, Birdman, Ace Hood, Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Bun B & Waka Flocka

Artist: DJ Khaled featuring Ludacris, T-Pain, Busta Rhymes, Twista, Mavado, Birdman, Ace Hood, Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Bun B & Waka Flocka
Song: “Welcome To My Hood (Remix)”
Producer: The Renegades
Album: We The Best Forever
Director: Dayo

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DJ Khaled – All I Do Is Win (Remix) video featuring Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Diddy & Nicki Minaj [Live]

DJ Khaled – All I Do Is Win (Remix) video featuring Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Diddy & Nicki Minaj [Live]

Live from the Best Of The Best Memorial Day concert in Miami, DJ Khaled along with Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Diddy and Nicki Minaj perform the “All I Do Is Win (Remix)” live.

Footage courtesy of Spiff TV.

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EMINEM, TORI AMOS, LIONEL RICHIE, BUSTA RHYMES, METHOD MAN & REDMAN, KATE VOEGELE AND PHOENIX PREMIERE NEW ALBUMS EXCLUSIVELY ON MYSPACE MUSIC BEGINNING TODAY

EMINEM, TORI AMOS, LIONEL RICHIE, BUSTA RHYMES, METHOD MAN & REDMAN, KATE VOEGELE AND PHOENIX PREMIERE NEW ALBUMS EXCLUSIVELY ON MYSPACE MUSIC BEGINNING TODAY

Full Albums Stream for Free Days Before Hitting Stores

MySpace Music, the world’s premier music community, is excited to announce six exclusive album debuts within days of each other. MySpace users can find the highly anticipated albums from Eminem, Tori Amos, Lionel Richie, Busta Rhymes, Method Man & Redman, Kate Voegele and Phoenix available only on MySpace Music. Fans are able to stream the albums in their entirety days before they hit store shelves.

Eminem
The highly anticipated new album, Relapse¸ from hip hop artist Eminem makes its official debut on MySpace Music beginning today, Friday, May 15. Additionally, tune into FOX’s Family Guy on Sunday, May 17 for more MySpace news pertaining to the hip hop star. Visit the official MySpace Music profile of Eminem to stream his entire album for free: http://www.myspace.com/eminem.

Tori Amos
Multiplatinum and Grammy nominated recording artist Tori Amos will premiere her brand new album titled Abnormally Attracted to Sin exclusively on MySpace Music in the U.S. beginning on Saturday, May 16. Visit the official MySpace Music profile of Tori Amos to stream her entire album for free: http://www.myspace.com/toriamos.

Lionel Richie
The new album from legendary artist Lionel Richie is currently available for free streaming exclusively on MySpace Music. Just Go marks the singer’s ninth studio album. Check back to MySpace Music for more exciting news about the singer in the coming weeks. Visit the official MySpace Music profile of Lionel Richie to stream his entire album: http://www.myspace.com/lionelrichie.

Busta Rhymes
Grammy nominated rapper Busta Rhymes is set to debut his eighth studio album Back on My B.S. exclusively on MySpace Music beginning today, Friday, May 15. To celebrate the release of his new album, Busta will also perform for his MySpace fans at a special MySpace Music The Release show on Monday, May 18 in New York City. Visit the official MySpace Music profile of Busta Rhymes to stream his entire album for free: http://www.myspace.com/bustarhymes.

Method Man and Redman
Hip Hop and rap duo Method Man and Redman are set to debut Blackout 2, the highly anticipated follow up to their platinum selling 1999 release Blackout, exclusively on MySpace Music beginning on Saturday, May 16. The duo will perform in a special MySpace Music The Release concert on Thursday, May 28 in Los Angeles. Visit the official MySpace Music profile of Method Man to stream their entire album for free: http://www.myspace.com/methodman.

Kate Voegele
Singer/songwriter Kate Voegele premiered her second full length studio album A Fine Mess exclusively on MySpace Music this week. The singer is currently on tour and providing her MySpace fans with exclusive content. Visit the official MySpace Music profile of Kate Voegele, sponsored by University of Phoenix, to stream her entire album for free and to access exciting videos and blogs especially for her MySpace friends: http://www.myspace.com/katevoegele.

Phoenix
French alternative rock band Phoenix will debut their new album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix exclusively on MySpace Music beginning on Monday, May 18. The band consists of Thomas Mars, Deck D’Arcy, Christian Mazzalai, and Laurent Brancowitz. Visit the official MySpace Music profile of Phoenix to stream their entire album for free: http://www.myspace.com/wearephoenix.

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SUPER PRODUCER JAKE ONE SIGNS TO RHYMESAYERS TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM! FEATURING APPEARANCES FROM FREEWAY, BROTHER ALI, MF DOOM, YOUNG BUCK, SLUG of ATMOSPHERE, M.O.P., BUSTA RHYMES, LITTLE BROTHER, PRODIGY, ALCHEMIST, CASUAL, KEAK DA SNEAK & MORE!

SUPER PRODUCER JAKE ONE SIGNS TO RHYMESAYERS TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM! FEATURING APPEARANCES FROM FREEWAY, BROTHER ALI, MF DOOM, YOUNG BUCK, SLUG of ATMOSPHERE, M.O.P., BUSTA RHYMES, LITTLE BROTHER, PRODIGY, ALCHEMIST, CASUAL, KEAK DA SNEAK & MORE!

Over the past 13 years, Rhymesayers Entertainment has brought critically acclaimed artists such as Atmosphere, Brother Ali, MF DOOM, Soul Position, P.O.S., Psalm One, Eyedea & Abilities, Grayskul & more to the the attention of the world and in 2008, Rhymesayers gives you the debut album, White Van Music, from Seattle hip hop producer, Jake One.

To many, Jake One is known as part of the G-Unit production team that has been a part of their top 10 Billboard charting and platinum success. But Jake One has an equally important voice in the underground hip-hop scene and for many, will serve as the bridge between the mainstream and indie worlds. Taking a cue from Vitamin D in 1992, Jake One put down his first beat on a Casio Voice Sampler and got his official start at Conception Records in the late 90s, citing DJ Premier, Dr. Dre, Pete Rock & DJ Quik as his early influences. Jake One made his name doing production work with artists like the Gift of Gab, Boom Bap Project & John Cena (yes, the pro-wrestler!) and went on to solidify his presence in mainstream hip-hop, appearing on albums by De La Soul, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Young Buck, E-40, G-Unit & Lil Scrappy, among others.

White Van Music (October 2008) marks Jake One’s first foray into producing a complete album in his well reputed style. The self-proclaimed ‘perfect beat writer’ and master record collector has put some of the most recognizable voices in hip- hop against a glitchy & soulful musical backdrop. Reading like a who’s who of hip-hop, White Van Music features appearances from Freeway, M.O.P., Slug, MF DOOM, Brother Ali, Busta Rhymes, Young Buck, Prodigy, Alchemist, Casual, Keak Da Sneak, Little Brother, Evidence, eLZhi, Royce Da 5’9″, Posdnuos, Black Milk, Nottz, Bishop Lamont, Ish (aka Butterfly of Digable Planets) and more.

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Busta Rhymes, Lil Wayne, Nas, The Game, Big Daddy Kane, Spliff Starr and Reek – Don’t Touch Me (Throw Water On ‘Em) REMIX | Blessed IN STORES JULY 1

Busta Rhymes – Don’t Touch Me (Throw Water On ‘Em) REMIX featuring Lil Wayne, Nas, The Game, Big Daddy Kane, Spliff Starr and Reek Da Villian
MP3: http://www.divshare.com/download/4569620-8a8

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Janet Jackson – Feedback remix featuring Ciara, Busta Rhymes and Fabolous

Janet Jackson releases the OFFICIAL “Feedback” REMIX featuring Ciara, Busta Rhymes and Fabolous.

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DJ Khaled – I’m So Hood Remix video featuring Young Jeezy, Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, Big Boi, Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, Birdman & Rick Ross

Video For DJ Khaled ‘I’m So Hood (Remix)’ Featuring Young Jeezy, Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, Big Boi, Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, Birdman & Rick Ross Off ‘We The Best’ In Stores Now!

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Busta Rhymes – Genesis review

Busta Rhymeswritten by Hugo Lunny

Earlier on in 2001, after releasing four albums with his label (Elektra), Busta parted ways with them on what was understood to be some less than friendly terms. I believe it had something to do with the way that Elektra failed to promote ‘Anarchy,’ but I’m uncertain. Regardless of that, the big name that Busta has managed to establish for himself, was sought after by many labels and then snapped up by J. Records. Now, after releasing two singles. Busta Rhymes dropped album number 5; ‘Genesis.’

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Busta Rhymes – Anarchy review

Busta Rhymeswritten by Ant-One

Where is Busta Rhymes headed? At this point he has two options. Is he going to go down the Jay-Z road where he takes his time between albums and drops consistently hot material? Or, will he go the DMX route and release mediocre material every 6 months? With his latest effort we see him at these crossroads. I sense that he will go more towards the Jay-Z approach, as this album seems more thought out than the previous effort.

‘Anarchy’ shows us the versatility of Busta Rhymes, something that he has dragged himself away from in the last few albums. He comes with different flows, and a new production scheme to change things up a bit. This album isn’t incredible, but it is a blast of light, that proves Busta’s “major artist” credentials, and will keep him at the Jay-Z/DMX/Nas level for a few more years.

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Busta Rhymes – It Ain’t Safe No More review

Busta Rhymeswritten by Low Key

While Busta Rhymes is one of the biggest names in the Hip-Hop industry, the tale of Busta the emcee is a two-sided story. On the one side you have Busta Rhymes, the worldwide figure for the Hip-Hop community. He has blazed the world with his fiery lyricism, over the top style and unique flare that has attracted fans all over. Busta also has an extensive list of classic joints such as “Woo Hah”, “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See”, “Dangerous” and “Break Ya Neck” among others. The man, the myth and the legacy of Busta Rhymes has grown to enormous lengths since his days with The Leaders Of The New School. Nobody could have envisioned this rambunctious young emcee to become a centerpiece for the Hip Hop culture.

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