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Busta Rhymes Explains How He Got Kendrick Lamar on his New Single

By Daryl Nelson
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The Internet is still buzzing over Busta Rhymes' new Kendrick Lamar assisted single "Look Over Your Shoulder," which came out Wednesday, Oct. 28. The song features Kendrick's very first verse of 2020.

It's also the lead single off Busta's forthcoming album Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God, which dropped today.

Bus chopped it up with Zane Lowe on Thursday, Oct. 29 about his album and explained how the Kendrick collaboration came about.

"The incredible coming together of this record was a true magical experience," said Busta. "It started off one time with me being stuck in the studio, in Quad Studio, in Manhattan in New York ...  I stumbled on the beat. When I looked at the date of when I got the beat from Nottz, I couldn't believe that I had this sh*t so long the whole time. So I ended up putting a verse on it. I sent it to Kendrick. Kendrick bodied the verse, sent it back. And I got to big-up Kendrick, I got a big-up Top Dawg, the whole TDE family."

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