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Busta Rhymes & Eminem’s “Calm Down” – Produced by Scoop DeVille – Out Next Week

blame it on Shake June 26, 2014
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We’ve been hearing about Busta Rhymes and Eminem’s fiery collaboration “Calm Down” for quite some time now. Described as a lyrical battle between the two rappers as they exchange multiple bars over some Scoop DeVille production.

The wait is finally over, well almost, as it’s been announced that the single will impact next week. July 1st to be exact!

UPDATE: Official cover art can be seen below.

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  • VoiceofReason

    GOAT

    • Johnny Boy

      IS NAS!

      • jordan

        nas is overrated.

        • Johnny Boy

          No, he isn’t.

        • espyy

          how can you say that? he did illmatic. period.

          • YoureAFuckingIdiot

            Wait…He did a WHOLE album?! All by himself?! Well, why didn’t you say so, man?!

  • Black Crime Rate

    …for quite some time now…

    NOT

    … for quite sometime now…

    IDIOTS

    • shake

      reeeeeeeeeeelax.

    • calm down!

    • It’s True Sorry

      Ppl like you never get head… They only give it.

  • JemPage

    When it comes to new Em tracks I have battered wife syndrome. No matter how many times he lets me down I’ll always crawl back hoping things will change. Not gonna get my hopes up this time *said while getting my hopes up*

    • datbul

      Loooooooooool.

  • Johnny Boy

    Scoop is so underrated. Glad he’s getting more recognized.

  • Stevie Janowski

    Hoping em turned the caps lock off for this one

  • StudentOfTheGame

    IM SO HYPED RN

  • Ohms

    hope he gets murked on the track.
    just like jay.
    ha!

    • lame

      Lmfao. He wasn’t readyyyyyyy

  • espyy

    Really, who cares about Eminem nowadays? Did you see that track with Kendrick? or MMLP2?

    • Ill Son

      That track fits perfectly for that album. That album did numbers. You knw why? Ppl actually LIKED it. He’s always had a fan base, that kept consistent with the music he’s released. MMLP 2 wasn’t as close to it’s original. But, in this day and age, his nusic is still needed. Whn you have R&B acts like Drake trying to sound hard, and sing like, The-Dream, lol.

      • espyy

        Justin Bieber did numbers too.