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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2011, 04:47:10 PM »
if the good doc couldn't do it it can't be done.
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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2011, 05:26:38 PM »
if the good doc couldn't do it it can't be done.

Do what?signing to aftermath hurt his career far more then it helped. He was a bigger star before he signed.


Anyway, this isn't surprising. Busta doesn't get enough respect in the game, he didn't make that one sure classic album but he's had a very solid,consistent discography and a very long career.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2011, 05:29:40 PM »
seems like a weird move but im outta the loop

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #4 on: November 17, 2011, 06:30:05 PM »
This better not affect the album he had coming already. Primo and Large Professor were going to be producing for him.

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #5 on: November 17, 2011, 07:16:51 PM »
Say hello to Busta Rhyme's new album, with an entire flow at 205 mph, saying absolutely nothing.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #6 on: November 17, 2011, 09:09:13 PM »
Say hello to Busta Rhyme's new album, with an entire flow at 205 mph, saying absolutely nothing.

I can see this too.

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #7 on: November 17, 2011, 09:36:07 PM »
Say hello to Busta Rhyme's new album, with an entire flow at 205 mph, saying absolutely nothing.

is that news?
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #8 on: November 17, 2011, 11:54:06 PM »
Do what?signing to aftermath hurt his career far more then it helped. He was a bigger star before he signed.
Not really. His career had gotten kind of stagnant at that point. Alligning with Dre had people talking again. It also gave him his first #1 album. It definitely didn't hurt his career.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #9 on: November 18, 2011, 12:33:01 AM »
Say hello to Busta Rhyme's new album, with an entire flow at 205 mph, saying absolutely nothing.

is that news?

He's had verses, even songs where he flies through the whole thing. But recently, he's been making all his guest apperances that shit. Have people in the background making noise like he's "murking" shit, but in reality he's rhyming "Badaboom, badabing, I gotta do a lotta things" lol.

I can see a straight 17 songs in a row being like that lol.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #10 on: November 18, 2011, 12:55:43 AM »
Do what?signing to aftermath hurt his career far more then it helped. He was a bigger star before he signed.
Not really. His career had gotten kind of stagnant at that point. Alligning with Dre had people talking again. It also gave him his first #1 album. It definitely didn't hurt his career.

Commercially he was huge before he signed with Aftermath, although to me Big Bang is his dopest album
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #11 on: November 18, 2011, 12:58:03 AM »
Do what?signing to aftermath hurt his career far more then it helped. He was a bigger star before he signed.
Not really. His career had gotten kind of stagnant at that point. Alligning with Dre had people talking again. It also gave him his first #1 album. It definitely didn't hurt his career.

How you debut on a chart is over rated. It always just depends on your competition that week. How was it stagnant? He was releasing a new solo album every 1-2 years, all with success. He released genesis in 2001 then it ain't safe no more in 2002. Both were successful sales wise, and spawned hit singles.I know what you want and make it clap were in heavy rotation. Sure, the dre signing made noise at first because it was two heavyweights aligning for an album. But busta was far from stagnant. Then the album took four years to hit shelves, the longest in between time in bustas solo career. All the momentum of his career was slowed to a crawl and he's never really recovered. I'd say signing to dre was the biggest mistake of his career. Big bang was also his lowest selling album up to that point. Until his next one of course.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #12 on: November 18, 2011, 01:18:46 AM »
http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshh0tUtZHJ139a7v6M7


lets c how this turns out

what's up with this ?
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Busta Rhymes is teaming up with Google Music for his new album which he will be releasing exclusively through them
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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #13 on: November 18, 2011, 02:19:03 AM »
Cash Money will release the album on Google Music and not on iTunes. Don't know how about hard copies, but I doubt theay won't make them.


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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #14 on: November 18, 2011, 02:28:35 AM »
I never thought Busta could make a worst album than Back on my BS ... doesn't seem that big of a stretch with this move
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2011, 03:37:54 AM »
What about NORE???

He is in Busta's label ain't he??
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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #16 on: November 18, 2011, 09:16:52 AM »
Rumours that Mystikal is about to join Cash Money too. They're like the Man City of hip hop signing every fucker goin.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #17 on: November 18, 2011, 09:43:22 AM »
Birdman is flexin his muscles rite now. power moves

its an egocentrical thing that bosses do (look at 50 cent)
u can c how Birdman is leanin back in his chair feelin himself/all self-satisfied n shit,,, i dont think hes a good boss after all

signin alotta talent can help soldify ur label in the industry as a "forece to be reckoned wit", but nine outta ten -- if a label is oveflooded wit talent n diff acts, chances r some of the acts will get lost in the big Bermuda triangle.
look at Def Jam in the late 90's. they had 40 acts on the label at the same time (most of the former clients only have bad things to say, to this day)


the only label that had success wit millions of acts on the roster at the same time, was No Limit in the 90's -- cuz they had a perfect distriubtion deal wit Priority, and No Limit was like a new thing/a franchise at that time,,, so it worked
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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #18 on: November 18, 2011, 10:36:34 AM »
Birdman is flexin his muscles rite now. power moves

its an egocentrical thing that bosses do (look at 50 cent)
u can c how Birdman is leanin back in his chair feelin himself/all self-satisfied n shit,,, i dont think hes a good boss after all

signin alotta talent can help soldify ur label in the industry as a "forece to be reckoned wit", but nine outta ten -- if a label is oveflooded wit talent n diff acts, chances r some of the acts will get lost in the big Bermuda triangle.
look at Def Jam in the late 90's. they had 40 acts on the label at the same time (most of the former clients only have bad things to say, to this day)


the only label that had success wit millions of acts on the roster at the same time, was No Limit in the 90's -- cuz they had a perfect distriubtion deal wit Priority, and No Limit was like a new thing/a franchise at that time,,, so it worked

Are you saying No Limit had a lot of talent?
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #19 on: November 18, 2011, 10:43:55 AM »
Birdman is flexin his muscles rite now. power moves

its an egocentrical thing that bosses do (look at 50 cent)
u can c how Birdman is leanin back in his chair feelin himself/all self-satisfied n shit,,, i dont think hes a good boss after all

signin alotta talent can help soldify ur label in the industry as a "forece to be reckoned wit", but nine outta ten -- if a label is oveflooded wit talent n diff acts, chances r some of the acts will get lost in the big Bermuda triangle.
look at Def Jam in the late 90's. they had 40 acts on the label at the same time (most of the former clients only have bad things to say, to this day)


the only label that had success wit millions of acts on the roster at the same time, was No Limit in the 90's -- cuz they had a perfect distriubtion deal wit Priority, and No Limit was like a new thing/a franchise at that time,,, so it worked

Are you saying No Limit had a lot of talent?

you seriously never fucked with mystikal and tru?

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #20 on: November 18, 2011, 11:05:47 AM »
Birdman is flexin his muscles rite now. power moves

its an egocentrical thing that bosses do (look at 50 cent)
u can c how Birdman is leanin back in his chair feelin himself/all self-satisfied n shit,,, i dont think hes a good boss after all

signin alotta talent can help soldify ur label in the industry as a "forece to be reckoned wit", but nine outta ten -- if a label is oveflooded wit talent n diff acts, chances r some of the acts will get lost in the big Bermuda triangle.
look at Def Jam in the late 90's. they had 40 acts on the label at the same time (most of the former clients only have bad things to say, to this day)


the only label that had success wit millions of acts on the roster at the same time, was No Limit in the 90's -- cuz they had a perfect distriubtion deal wit Priority, and No Limit was like a new thing/a franchise at that time,,, so it worked

Are you saying No Limit had a lot of talent?

you seriously never fucked with mystikal and tru?

Mystikal was probably the best rapper from No Limit. But he brought up No Limit as a label overflooded with talent. In reality it only had a couple standout acts and a lot of average to wack ones. A label can't be overflooded with talent if Silkk the Shocker is one of their stars.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #21 on: November 18, 2011, 11:13:45 AM »
where did i say that the no-limit roster is talented?

stop reaching, spice.
ur attention seeking attempts are always weak



 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #22 on: November 18, 2011, 11:22:34 AM »
Birdman is flexin his muscles rite now. power moves

its an egocentrical thing that bosses do (look at 50 cent)
u can c how Birdman is leanin back in his chair feelin himself/all self-satisfied n shit,,, i dont think hes a good boss after all

signin alotta talent can help soldify ur label in the industry as a "forece to be reckoned wit", but nine outta ten -- if a label is oveflooded wit talent n diff acts, chances r some of the acts will get lost in the big Bermuda triangle.
look at Def Jam in the late 90's. they had 40 acts on the label at the same time (most of the former clients only have bad things to say, to this day)


the only label that had success wit millions of acts on the roster at the same time, was No Limit in the 90's -- cuz they had a perfect distriubtion deal wit Priority, and No Limit was like a new thing/a franchise at that time,,, so it worked

Are you saying No Limit had a lot of talent?

you seriously never fucked with mystikal and tru?

Mystikal was probably the best rapper from No Limit. But he brought up No Limit as a label overflooded with talent. In reality it only had a couple standout acts and a lot of average to wack ones. A label can't be overflooded with talent if Silkk the Shocker is one of their stars.

yeah but he talking about artists selling and putting out albums, instead of sitting in label-hell releasing nothing then getting released from contract. P put his folks ON

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #23 on: November 18, 2011, 11:49:07 AM »
Birdman is flexin his muscles rite now. power moves

its an egocentrical thing that bosses do (look at 50 cent)
u can c how Birdman is leanin back in his chair feelin himself/all self-satisfied n shit,,, i dont think hes a good boss after all

signin alotta talent can help soldify ur label in the industry as a "forece to be reckoned wit", but nine outta ten -- if a label is oveflooded wit talent n diff acts, chances r some of the acts will get lost in the big Bermuda triangle.
look at Def Jam in the late 90's. they had 40 acts on the label at the same time (most of the former clients only have bad things to say, to this day)


the only label that had success wit millions of acts on the roster at the same time, was No Limit in the 90's -- cuz they had a perfect distriubtion deal wit Priority, and No Limit was like a new thing/a franchise at that time,,, so it worked

Are you saying No Limit had a lot of talent?

you seriously never fucked with mystikal and tru?

Mystikal was probably the best rapper from No Limit. But he brought up No Limit as a label overflooded with talent. In reality it only had a couple standout acts and a lot of average to wack ones. A label can't be overflooded with talent if Silkk the Shocker is one of their stars.

yeah but he talking about artists selling and putting out albums, instead of sitting in label-hell releasing nothing then getting released from contract. P put his folks ON

One thing P did was make the label more important than the artist. Every album felt like a No Limit album, and its artists would be featured all over it with in-house production. I think that's why they were successful. You almost knew what you were getting with each album, no matter who's album it was.
 

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Re: Busta Rhymes signs to Cash Money Records
« Reply #24 on: November 18, 2011, 11:50:23 AM »
where did i say that the no-limit roster is talented?

stop reaching, spice.
ur attention seeking attempts are always weak



"signin alotta talent can help soldify ur label in the industry as a "forece to be reckoned wit", but nine outta ten -- if a label is oveflooded wit talent n diff acts, chances r some of the acts will get lost in the big Bermuda triangle.
look at Def Jam in the late 90's. they had 40 acts on the label at the same time (most of the former clients only have bad things to say, to this day)


the only label that had success wit millions of acts on the roster at the same time, was No Limit in the 90's -- cuz they had a perfect distriubtion deal wit Priority, and No Limit was like a new thing/a franchise at that time,,, so it worked"