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Busta Rhymes shares the visual for “Deep Thought”

“When I’m at home, ain’t no never need for the fronting, my voice going, I’m sounding like a frog, doing shows back to back, partially why niggas reluctant to talk



Busta Rhymes released his ninth studio album, Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God, in October, which featured 22 tracks and additional features. Kendrick Lamar, Mary J.  Blige,  Vybz Kartel, Mariah Carey, Pete Rock, Rakim,  Rick Ross, Q-Tip, M.O.P., and more. Apart from its release, the project has also led to standout visuals for singles such as “The Don and the Boss,” “Yuuuu,” “Master Fard Muhummad,” “Outta My Mind,” “Czar,” “Boomp!,” and “Where I Belong.” 

A new clip for his song “Deep Thought” sheds new light on the New York legend’s influences Rakim and Eric B’s classic “In The Ghetto” from the 90s One more example of The 24-Carat Black’s “Ghetto: Misfortune’s Wealth” being sampled.  In this track, Busta reflects on many topics including his career, a woman’s affection, memories of lost loves, and much more: 

“When I’m at home, ain’t no never need for the fronting, my voice going, I’m sounding like a frog, doing shows back to back, partially why niggas reluctant to talk … applying what I was taught to the point if you ain’t right, I will slap you, while becoming your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper, then it all feels like the shit was in vainness, but I’m bringing it harder, losing Chris Lighty and then losin’ my father…” 

Featuring a clip directed by Benny Boom and Busta Rhymes, the accompanying video depicts Busta partying in a high-rise location while enjoying dark liquor, making out with his girlfriend, and letting everything out of his mind. The video, as a whole, is simple and straight to the point, making it one of the best so far in his recent album’s campaign. 

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