Only days ago, Busta Rhymes announced his crew, The Conglomerate, had a new mixtape in the works. Catastrophic was revealed to be the title of the mixtape. Consisting of Busta Rhymes, J Doe, and Reek Da Villain, the mixtape was presented by Shaheem Reid. DJ Khaled, Janet Jackson, Q-Tip, 2 Chainz,
Kendrick Lamar has impressed everyone he came across. Last year, Game connected him to Dr. Dre and the rest was history. For several reasons, Busta Rhymes did not work out with Dr. Dre on Aftermath. In the time since then, Busta Rhymes has delivered two albums. Now, Busta Rhymes is
Busta Rhymes is preparing his Conglomerate family for the big time. Early this week, Busta Rhymes revealed the crew had a mixtape in the works, Catastrophic. Since then, the crew has continued releasing new tracks. The latest track is a freestyle over Big Sean's "Mula," originally featuring French Montana. In addition
The Conglomerate only has one speed and that is go. Only one day since announcing their new mixtape and the crew has both a single and video out. Adding to this now is the second single. Busta Rhymes, Reek Da Villain, and J-Doe come together for their latest, "My Type
Yesterday, Busta Rhymes announced an upcoming compilation mixtape with The Conglomerate. Much like the Taylor J Control mixtape, Shaheem Reid will be involved in the mixtape. Almost immediately after announcing the mixtape, the first leak came with "Elevator Music," which is led by J-Doe and features Busta Rhymes. Listen to "Elevator Music"
Cash Money Records' new star, Busta Rhymes, reunites with his Conglomerate Records' clan, Reek da Villain and J Doe, for his new single, "King Tut." Listen to "King Tut" by Busta Rhymes ft. Reek da Villain and J Doe below:
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In the years between his album releases, Busta Rhymes began working with a few up-and-coming rappers in New York City. For years, Busta Rhymes worked with Papoose, but the two stopped working together before the end of 2008. Reek Da Villain basically