November 30, 2007

Busta Rhymes + J Dilla = Dillagence

Busta Rhymes + J Dilla = Dillagence

New Busta Rhymes over unreleased J Dilla beats. [via]

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1. Words From Ma Dukes
2. Dillagence (produced by DJ Spinna)
3. Takin What’s Mine
4. Step Up
5. The Conversation (f/ Talib Kweli)
6. Code of the Streets (f/ MOP)
7. Lightworks (f/ Q-Tip and Talib Kweli)
8. Baggage Handlers (f/ Raekwon)
9. How We Roll
10. Best That Ever Did It (f/ Rah Digga)
11. Psycho (f/ Cassidy and Papoose)
12. The Range (f/ Rah Digga)
13. Not Right Now
14. Other Side Of The Road
15. Who Tryin To Kill You
16. High
17. Dillagence Outro

18 Responses

  1. finally getting to listen to this. shit’s hype, although Busta’s not as creative as he used to be. at least not on this shit, but fuck it, the beats rule.

  2. awesome.

    so whats the story on this.

    why didn’t they make it a real album and not a free download?

    why did busta get to spit on these and not someone else?

  3. balzac:

    busta explains after one of the songs that he and jdilla had a certain…………………………..(he couldnt think of a word for it ahahha) so dilla was like yo busta, when i die, i want YOU to kill all these beats and shit.

    i like this download. its good

  4. yeah i heard the busta intro.. but his musical relationship to dilla wasn’t that direct… so just wondering cause this shit seemed to come out of nowhere.

  5. not necessarily, because jay dilla was doing remixes for busta since ’96 or ’97.

  6. Sick fo sho this is the only other album besides the coming of busta’s that i can truly say i enjoy end to end.

  7. ummah did 1 track on busta’s first album. and when the ummah gets credit you can never tell which of the members actually did the beat, even though rumour is dilla did the majority of ummah credited production.

    if he did a bunch of remixes that makes sense. i haven’t followed busta rhymes since his second album.

  8. Busta’s probably just cashing in on Dilla’s appeal right now, but they have worked on shit together for years, there’s a Dilla joint on the big bang.

  9. Busta Rhymes has been working with Jay Dee for some time now. Since his first album. And you can see which joints Dilla produced cause you have to see the credits where it says (J. Yancey). Here’s what him and busta have worked on…

    1. Still Shining ( The Coming ) 1996
    2. Keep It Moving ( The Coming ) 1996
    3. So Hardcore ( When Disaster Strikes ) 1997
    4. Enjoy Da Ride ( Anarchy ) 2000
    5. Live It Up ( Anarchy ) 2000
    6. Show Me What You Got ( Anarchy ) 2000
    7. Genesis ( Genesis ) 2001
    8. Make It Hurt ( Genesis ) 2001
    9. It Ain’t Safe No More ( It Ain’t Safe No More ) 2002
    10. What Up ( It Ain’t Safe No More ) 2002
    11. Turn Me Up Some ( It Ain’t Safe No More ) 2002
    12. You Can’t Hold The Torch ( The Big Bang ) 2006

    Not to mention the remixes he has done for him and that one track off Slum Village’s Fantastic Vol. 2. “What It’s All About”. So pretty much when Busta had an album going down, Jay Dee was part of it. Only exception was Extinction Level Event. Don’t know why he didnt do a joint on that one.