Kat DeLuna ft. Busta Rhymes - Run The Show

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Kat DeLuna , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Red One
Album:
9 Lives

After her summer ‘07 hit Whine Up with Elephant Man, and her disappointing duet with Omarion, Cut Off Time, Kat DeLuna is trying to avoid the stigma of being a one-hit wonder.  For the official second single from her debut 9 Lives, Kat remixes Run The Show; similar to the original version except for a Shaka Dee verse being replaced by Busta Rhymes.  While producer Red One delivers on the dancehall beat, Kat’s bilingual vocals no doubt steal the show.  Busta, who’s been known to bring the energy since his Leaders of the New School days, does not disappoint either with a very entertaining verse.  Mix it all up and Run The Show equals a dancehall-chart smash.

Kat DeLuna Busta Rhymes Club

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