News: Busta Rhymes' Motown Debut Gets Pushed Back
Thursday, Oct 30, 2008 3:05PM
has learned that Busta Rhymes
' long-awaited album B.O.M.B. (Back On My Bullsh*t)
has once again faced another set back with Universal Motown moving its' release date to March 2009.
Originally scheduled to drop in early
December 2008, Motown has officially pushed the album an additional
three months from the day, according to the label. Serving
as Busta's eighth project and his debut Motown release, the New
York-bred rapper will have to wait after going through multiple delays
at his former label, Aftermath.
As previously reported by SOHH
, the superstar recently left Aftermath/Interscope and joined the Universal Motown roster that includes Lil' Wayne
and Swizz Beatz
. Despite his departure, Busta still maintains a firm relationship with Aftermath's Dr. Dre
"Me and Dre are still good," Busta told DJ Envy
on his "The People's Choice" radio show on New York's Hot 97. "So even
though I'm not in business with Aftermath or Interscope, I'm still with
Aftermath. Me and Dre are always gonna be good."
Changing the name from Blessed to B.O.M.B upon
switching labels, Busta's new release features his current single "Arab
Money," along with other tracks including "We Made It" and "Don't Touch
Me (Throw Da Water On 'Em)," which the emcee considers the leaked
"Big up to Interscope for, you know,
giving me the leaked joints and the set-ups," he added. "Now we gonna
consider those the leaked joints."
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