Busta Rhymes Signs To Cash Money, Collaborates With Google Music & Raps With Chris Brown

11.17.11 6 years ago 33 Comments

According to the homie Kaz, Busta Rhymes is allegedly the newest member of Young Money. And no this isn’t the latest installment to the legendary trending topic #JustSignedWithYoungMoney. It’s supposedly as real as lines on Black Friday. Bussa Bus links up with Chris Brown hoping to rekindle the full blown blaze that “Look At Me Now” provided during the earlier months of 2011.

With an initial release exclusively through the newly unveiled Google Music, “Why Stop Now” is the first look into Busta’s new album E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) 2: End Of The World; a project which will be released through Google’s new music hub. Said song showcases the usual rapid fire flow to wow those obsessed over the technicality of things while Brown’s hook is supposedly the secret to urban radio domination. Honestly though, he’s going to have to leave that flow alone at some point because while rhyming fast is impressive and something I’ll never be able to do in a million years, I’d still like to actually know what he’s saying.

Anywho, Busta supposedly taking his talents over to Young Money does signify one thing. That Lil Chuckee album you were waiting on? It just got pushed back again.

Busta Rhymes Feat. Chris Brown – “Why Stop Now”

Update: Apparently, Mystikal signed with Cash Money as well. signed with Cash Money as well. “>Derrick G. comes through with footage of Birdman and Busta’s explanation of the signing. It’s “a golden moment,” ladies and gentlemen.

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