Busta Rhymes’ New Mixtape Features DOOM, Raekwon, The LOX & Leaders Of The New School

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Busta Rhymes has released his new mixtape, The Return Of The Dragon (The Abstract Went On Vacation), and while Q-Tip may have taken this one off, Busta brought in an all-star lineup to fill the void. In fact, to call this a mixtape seems a disservice, as it’s really an album, in its level of quality, that Busta decided to give to fans for free on Christmas.

Though Busta is more than capable of carrying an album on his own, he enlists the services of an incredibly diverse group of artists, including MF DOOM, Raekown, Fabolous, Jadakiss, Styles P, Chance The Rapper, Mary J. Blige, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross and more. Q-Tip even shows up to have a few conversations. And, in a power-packed reunion, he brings out Dinco D and Charlie Brown for an unbelievable Leaders Of The New School track, their first together in 19 years.

This will be the gift that keeps on giving today and into 2016.

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