Busta Rhymes Honors Ol’ Dirty Bastard With The “Slow Flow”
Busta Rhymes honors the memory of Ol’ Dirty Bastard on “Slow Flow,” a rapping clinic that showcases his versatility.
Case in point, Busta made sure to honor the Wu-Tang’s fallen with the inclusion of Ol’ Dirty Bastard on “Slow Flow,” a highlight calling back to the days of Genesis and It Ain’t Safe No More. Over some bouncy production from longtime collaborator Nottz, Busta sets the tone with some ODB hype-inducing vocals before proceeding to put on a clinic in rhyme. Though some surface-level fans have come to associate Bus-a-Bus with his chopper flow, his versatility remains one of his strongest suits — case in point, the way he bodies his pockets throughout this early-album standout.
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Pivotal moments, shit get critical haters
See what I make the DJ do to the fader, rest in peace to Roc Raida
Body ni**as now or later, traumatically major
Dramatically cater to niggas that want it and eat it
And live it and fart it just to open they vein and bleed it
I superseded the situation every time it’s hard to defeat it