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Busta Rhymes – Hustler’s Anthem (Remix) + New Tone In The City + Stoopid (Remix)

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Busta’s got one hell of a work ethic.

Busta Rhymes feat. Ryan Leslie, OJ Da Juiceman & Gucci Mane – Hustler’s Anthem (Remix)

Busta Rhymes feat. Uncle Murda – New Tone In The City

Gucci Mane feat. Busta Rhymes – Stoopid (Remix)

Props to Splash.

Previously: Busta x Drake x Gucci Mane | Busta Rhymes feat. Estelle – World Go Round (Album Version) | Asher Roth feat. Busta Rhymes – Lion’s Roar | Video: Busta Rhymes feat. T-Pain – Hustler’s Anthem | Busta Rhymes feat. Lil Wayne & Jadakiss – Conglomerate


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25 Responses to “Busta Rhymes – Hustler’s Anthem (Remix) + New Tone In The City + Stoopid (Remix)”

  1. A tribe called quest aka Bitch, Im the space invader Says:

    I have not listened to one busta song since arab money.

  2. herbal kint Says:

    gigi Says:
    April 16th, 2009 at 12:39 am
    haha how can they not count just because everyone fucks with them??

    there are only so many of them motherfuckers, and only a handful that are worth a shit. i’d say the same thing for all 4 regions.

    * breaks out legal document *

    * co-signs *

    they are from the south and make southern music but the difference is it’s good so I crucfied and called a southern hater for not liking shit I consider garbage but when I name good southern artists it doesn’t count cause everyone likes the, everyone likes them for a reason they are talented end of story, if the rest were talented they would be liked too

    ^^^^

    LOL, niggas only name them rappers when people say they are elitist and haters of the south. when in reality more people from the east coast co-sign these artist than the south.

    Stop naming southern artist that gets more props from the east than south and that are old and past their prime.

    Ya’ll aint name one rapper in their prime as of NOW thats in the south. LIke I said. Age and Geographic location are tell tales of how one perceives rap.

    … cause besides little brother and jay electronica southern artists make different music that I just so happen not to like sue me, end of story deal with, plenty of ny rappers tried to hop on the southern tip and guess what their music sucks now too cause I don’t like that type of rap, there are different categories of rap and the ones with complex lyrics and metaphors I like the southern style you like i don’t call people from the south who dislike Ny rap geographical haters why do you have to play that bullshit card instead of just accepting it’s a different style …

  3. ant Says:

    me neither

  4. Wolverine Says:

    Dear Nah and Dre,
    in a few days..Monday to be exact…a video called “Holographic Double” will be released.
    Be sure to keep that in mind.

  5. gdghd Says:

    busta rhymes fucking sucks

  6. k1ng Says:

    ashers album gets a 7/10 after the second spin.

  7. JDS Says:

    Ya’ll aint name one rapper in their prime as of NOW thats in the south. LIke I said. Age and Geographic location are tell tales of how one perceives rap.
    ^^^
    thats ’cause niggas are wack lol i dont live down south, and there could very well be a dope southern rapper making his rounds on mixtape circuit, but i dont know of him. if there was someone making music right now that was straight up SOUTH, heavy baseline and all and it was dope then they’d get props. but i’m not going to go and co-sign niggas i think are wack just for the sake of NOT proving your point.

    those are the cats i dig that are from the south. i dig Jay Elect, but he’s not “southern” enough. so i dont know. but that doesnt make you right, son.

  8. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Rich Boy is one of the best new artists out from the South. He gets a co-sign from me.

  9. JDS Says:

    A tribe called quest aka Bitch, Im the space invader Says:
    April 16th, 2009 at 12:41 am

    I have not listened to one busta song since arab money.
    ^^^

    sad, aint it?

  10. icanhazmangu Says:

    Jay-Z vs. Uncle Luke (XXX) (NSFW)

    http://www.zshare.net/video/586900360a681495/

  11. G7 Says:

    Busta Rhymes feat. Ryan Leslie, OJ Da Juiceman & Gucci Mane – Hustler’s Anthem (Remix)

    ^busta associatin with herbs lately. hopefully it all pays off.

  12. gigi Says:

    # gigi Says:
    April 16th, 2009 at 12:47 am

    # Micheal Tyson aka admiration is the farthest thing from understanding Says:
    April 16th, 2009 at 12:37 am

    Micheal Tyson aka admiration is the farthest thing from understanding Says:

    April 16th, 2009 at 12:34 am
    Thats like a southern artist hating on new york music and saying. “thats horseshit, I like jay-z and Biggie…..LMAO…whats not to like about them.

    STOP naming the same old southern rappers.
    ================================
    they are the only southern artist who respect and think lyricism is important plus but they stay to their southern style so they dont bite east coast style…..why cant the new southern artist respect lyricism if they did we could stop naming the same “old southern rappers” their nothing wrong with being ignorant but as far a rhymes go Southern Rappers are Pre-School lyricists and its funny when a southern artist names Scarface/UGK/Outkast but they havent learn anything from them it almost seem they didnt even listen to those rapper they claim inspired them
    __________________________________________________________

    Lyrics is not a trump card. You prolly a more lyric focused person so you judge accordingly, just like ty. I’m not saying its wrong it is what it is. Its not your type of music. Its not wack cause its the hottest thing on the streets but its wack to you cause you didn’t grow up with the music and you are prolly far removed from those regions.

    If you study southern history of music you’ll notice that southern music was never lyrics heavy. It was always more chant and dance based hence what we see in southern rap. The northern region of blacks always had more intelligent people cause the smart negro went up north to pursue college. Hence the lyricality of the music.

    If niggas will learn history and realize that their biases are DEEPER THAN RAP, then they will learn of the good words that I am prophesizing. This goes way beyond music.

  13. JDS Says:

    EnglandRepresent Says:
    April 16th, 2009 at 12:48 am

    Rich Boy is one of the best new artists out from the South. He gets a co-sign from me.
    ^^^
    oh yeah, word… i forgot about Rich Boy. but thats one cat.

  14. herbal kint Says:

    Lyrics is not a trump card. You prolly a more lyric focused person so you judge accordingly, just like ty. I’m not saying its wrong it is what it is. Its not your type of music. Its not wack cause its the hottest thing on the streets but its wack to you cause you didn’t grow up with the music and you are prolly far removed from those regions.

    If you study southern history of music you’ll notice that southern music was never lyrics heavy. It was always more chant and dance based hence what we see in southern rap. The northern region of blacks always had more intelligent people cause the smart negro went up north to pursue college. Hence the lyricality of the music.

    If niggas will learn history and realize that their biases are DEEPER THAN RAP, then they will learn of the good words that I am prophesizing. This goes way beyond music.

    …. exactly, thats our preference and to people like me lyrics is the trump card, I’m not saying you should feel the same but I am that is my opinion …. that is what I prefer once again The end.

  15. JDS Says:

    niggas skipped over my post lol

  16. EnglandRepresent Says:

    news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/7999909.stm

    ^^Man this shit is so gully. Read it. Africa is not to be fucked with.

    BillzLand will pussy in comparison.

  17. gigi Says:

    … cause besides little brother and jay electronica southern artists make different music that I just so happen not to like sue me, end of story deal with, plenty of ny rappers tried to hop on the southern tip and guess what their music sucks now too cause I don’t like that type of rap, there are different categories of rap and the ones with complex lyrics and metaphors I like the southern style you like i don’t call people from the south who dislike Ny rap geographical haters why do you have to play that bullshit card instead of just accepting it’s a different style …

    ^^^^

    I’m the one telling you its a different style. Hence why you don’t like Rick Ross. and Yes dudes are haters if they say the 90’s new york music is wack. Basically ignorant.

    BTW I like all music and can appreciate a dance track and comeback and listen to az and cormega

  18. 40 Inc Says:

    busta played this on a live stream wit swizz beatz. ryan les is dope

  19. JDS Says:

    You just told me my assessment of perception of rap history and how its judged is horse shit. now its because you don”t live there. But I mentioned ……age and location have something to do with it…..
    ^^
    it is horeshit.

    all i was saying was that i didnt have access to such an artist that may have dope tracks. not that just because i dont live there i dont like it.

  20. 40 Inc Says:

    news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/7999909.stm

    ^^Man this shit is so gully. Read it. Africa is not to be fucked with.

    ^ SMH its a sad time when niggaz think having the hightest murder rate for there city is cool dumbass

  21. HHF Says:

    My bad eskay

    from cnn.com
    More whites, fewer blacks going to prison for drugs:

    For the first time since the war on drugs became a national law enforcement obsession in the mid-1980s, the number of African-Americans in state prisons for drug offenses has declined, a criminal justice reform organization said.

    The number of whites in state prison for drugs rose 42.6 percent since 1999, while blacks dropped 21.6 percent.

    A study released Tuesday by the Sentencing Project found a 21.6 percent drop in the number of blacks incarcerated for drug offenses, a decline of 31,000 people, from 1999 to 2005.

    The corresponding number of whites in state prisons for drug offenses rose 42.6 percent, or by more than 21,000 people, while the number of Hispanics was virtually unchanged, according to “The Changing Racial Dynamics of the War on Drugs.”

    The study, authored by Executive Director Marc Mauer, found that the differences between black and white imprisonments for drug crimes are partly because of how police target suspects and court sentencing guidelines, which vary by state.

    Also, there has been a decrease in the use of crack cocaine in predominantly minority urban neighborhoods and an increase in methamphetamine abuse in many primarily white rural areas, Mauer said Wednesday.

    The Sentencing Project, based in Washington, said it seeks to overhaul unfair, ineffective criminal justice policies and promote alternatives to incarceration. The group opposes stiff penalties for nonviolent drug crimes.

    Mauer said that 2005 offers the most recent breakdown of racial data but there was no analysis by drug type. Nevertheless, “we know in broad terms” that crack and powder cocaine and methamphetamine have been key targets of law enforcement, he said. Crack use also is declining, he said.

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    The Sentencing Project
    “We know that blacks have been disproportionately targeted for crack offenses … conversely for whites,” Mauer said Wednesday. A growing proportion of people have been imprisoned for abusing methamphetamine, he said, most of whom are white.

    In addition, the study suggests that much of the difference between blacks and whites has been because of “police targeting of open-air drug markets” or street corners.

    “It’s conceivable that police are shifting their focus. There has been criticism of police for over policing black communities, especially when it comes to drug offenses,” Mauer said.

    He said 80 percent of crack offenders are black, while the rest are white or Hispanic.

    “As crack use and sales have declined, or moved indoors in some cases, law enforcement activity may have been reduced correspondingly,” the findings show.

    “We don’t know the exact extent of drug selling, what the levels are,” but there is evidence they may be doing more indoors now, using cell phones more to make drug transactions so less obvious to police,” Mauer said. He said police have reported this trend.

    In addition, judges mete out harsher sentences for crack cocaine, most often used by minorities, and powder cocaine, usually favored by whites, although the chemical makeup of the two is the same, Mauer said.

    According to the study, “the white increase may be related in part to more aggressive enforcement of methamphetamine laws. While methamphetamine is only used at significant levels in a relative handful of states, data from states such as Iowa and Minnesota show a substantial influx of these cases during this time period.”

    While the number of people in state prisons for drug offenses rose by less than 1 percent overall during the study period, the increase in federal prisons was more than 32 percent.

    “The federal system has rigid, mandatory sentencing polices, especially for crack cocaine,” Mauer said. “Also in the federal system, money is not an object there.”

    The mandatory federal sentence for selling about 500 grams or one pound of powered cocaine is five years, Mauer said. Someone convicted of selling about five grams of crack, or about two sugar packets, gets the same five-year term, he said.

    Some in Congress are seeking to equalize penalties for crack and powder cocaine, he added.

    The study was based on U.S. data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services

  22. EnglandRepresent Says:

    SMH its a sad time when niggaz think having the hightest murder rate for there city is cool dumbass

    ^^You sir, are a dildo. Did you ever read the story? No. Do you even know what was in the story? No. If you did, you’d read it was about this African geezer who stepped on a python snake who then hauled his ass up a tree and tried to swallow him whole. The AFrican geezer had to bite the snake on it’s tail just to get out of the situation.

    What’s your name? 40 inch? No homo. You’re a bellend mate. (yh)

  23. JDS Says:

    EnglandRepresent Says:
    April 16th, 2009 at 1:33 am

    SMH its a sad time when niggaz think having the hightest murder rate for there city is cool dumbass

    ^^You sir, are a dildo. Did you ever read the story? No. Do you even know what was in the story? No. If you did, you’d read it was about this African geezer who stepped on a python snake who then hauled his ass up a tree and tried to swallow him whole. The AFrican geezer had to bite the snake on it’s tail just to get out of the situation.

    What’s your name? 40 inch? No homo. You’re a bellend mate. (yh)
    —————-
    lol i read the article and then saw his comment and thought i missed something

  24. Danielson a.k.a. Dat Mixed Race Nigga Says:

    “We want to arrest the snake because any one of us could fall a victim.”

    ^
    roffle

  25. seth gueko Says:

    busta is underrated
    goat status for real
    back on his bs sure
    legendary rhymes !

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