Busta Rhymes ft. Various Artists - Don’t Touch Me (Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Hitmen
Album:
Blessed

This past April, when Busta Rhymes first premiered Don’t Touch Me (Throw Da Water On ‘Em) as one of two singles off his forthcoming album, lessed, listeners were elated to see him return to his “crazy” fast-paced style of rapping.  But little did they know, Busta’s flow was inside countless other MCs as well.  Following a new Busta verse over the original Hitmen beat, Flipmode protégés Reek Da Villain and Spliff Star prove on this remix that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.  After heavyweights The Game, Lil’ Wayne, and Nas each bring their fire to the track, hip-hop legend Big Daddy Kane sparks the last embers before the counter hits zero.  For more blazing beats and cold rhymes, pick up a copy of Blessed on July 15.

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