Busta Rhymes was doling out props on the [article id="1623571"]BET Hip-Hop Awards[/article] red carpet earlier this month when he ran into the West Coast alliance of Mistah F.A.B. and Tha Bizness producer Dow Jones.
"I personally wanna big-up my homie Fab and my homie Mr. Dow Jones," Bus said.
"One of the craziest things — he ain't new, first of all," Bus added, talking about Fab and then pointing to Dow. "He ain't new either, but the world ain't familiar with the grind and the bid they put in prior to the success. I been watching [F.A.B.] bust his a-- for at least 10 years now. It ain't no mystery why they starting to pop off the way they supposed to. They done put their boot-camp training in the way they supposed to — now they're ready to bust their arsenal off in the battlefield. Now they're hitting their targets. Tha Bizness, you can't stop hearing the spins — 20,000 spins per song!"
Tha Bizness, who have recently produced records like Young Jeezy's "President" and Young Money's "Every Girl," have been in the lab with Busta working on his new LP.
"We came together with several things. I'm rocking with them on their album," Rhymes affirmed. "Congratulations to my man Mistah F.A.B. — now he's really starting to feel what that disrespectful tax bracket is feeling like. Everything is looking like we gonna roll the dice in a very successful way at the gambling table."
Mistah F.A.B. has a new mixtape about to hit and an album due at the top of 2010.
"The album be out in February. I got the Gangsta Grillz I just finished up with [DJ Drama]," F.A.B. added. "It's called Reality Rap. It's my grown-up side, me showing my ability to be diverse and cover more topics than I may be known for. I wanna show the rest of the world that I'm really worthy of the accolades I've been attaining and I plan to gain. I'm really worth those things. Who better to co-sign you than DJ Drama?"
Tha Bizness are currently working on Lil Wayne's Tha Carter IV.
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