LOS ANGELES — With all his versatility,
On the "Intro," Wayne raps solo over a pounding, bottom-heavy beat supplied by newcomer Willy Will. Halfway through the album, Missouri MC Tech N9ne and Outkast spitter Andre 3000 appear atop the same instrumental on the C4 "Interlude." Finally, on the LP's "Outro," Bun B, Nas, Shyne and
"I actually close out Tha Carter IV. I'm the last voice you hear on Tha Carter IV," Busta Rhymes pointed out to MTV News on the 2011 VMA black carpet. "It's special because I didn't know that's what [Wayne] was gonna do with it."
With his rapid-fire verse, Busta boasts of his "uncompetewitable" rhyme style before toasting to Weezy by rhyming, "OK, enough of that, now I'm out the door/ Tunechi, thanks for giving us a whole 'nother classic with Tha Carter IV."
"When we did the joint, he didn't really tell us how he was gonna put it together. All I knew was that when it was done, it was me, Bun B, Nas and Shyne, and I was the last voice to be heard on the album, so I feel honored for that," Busta said.
Although he had yet to hear the completed version of C4, Bussa Bus was excited for his friend and frequent collaborator, Wayne. "I didn't really get to hear it in its entirety yet, but I hope that everybody understands that that man put his foot in this album," he said. "From what I did hear, being in the studio with him, he goin' ape sh-- on it."
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