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Busta Rhymes: It Ain't Safe No More [PA]

Track List

>Intro
>It Ain't Safe No More
>What Do You Do When You're Branded
>Call The Ambulance
>We Goin' to Do It to Ya
>What Up
>Turn Me up Some
>Make It Clap
>Take It Off, Pt. 2
>Taste It
>Hey Ladies
>I Know What You Want
>Riot
>Hop
>Together
>Struttin' Like a G.O.D.
>Struggle Will Be Lost, The
>Till It's Gone
>Make It Clap [Remix] - (remix)

Album Reviews:

Uncut (3/03, p.106) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Entertaining..."

Uncut (3/03, p.106) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Entertaining..."

Vibe (1/03, p.127) - 3.5 out of 5 - "...Busta again shows the versatility of his flow; but it's the complexity of the words that may surprise you..."

Vibe (1/03, p.127) - 3.5 out of 5 - "...Busta again shows the versatility of his flow; but it's the complexity of the words that may surprise you..."

Album Notes

Contains the hidden track "Make It Clap" which occurs after "Till It's Gone."

Personnel includes: Busta Rhymes (rap vocals); Meka, Spliff Star, Mariah Carey, Flipmode Squad, Rah Digga, Carl Thomas, Sean Paul.

Producers include: Dilla, Megahertz, The Neptunes, DJ Scratch, Rick Rock.

Contains the hidden track "Make It Clap, Remix" following the track "Til It's Gone."

Personnel includes: Busta Rhymes (rap vocals); Meka, Spliff Star, Mariah Carey, Carl Thomas, Flipmode Squad, Rah Digga.

Producers include: Megahertz, DJ Scratch, Dilla, Mario "Yellowman" Winans, Tetamus.

"We about to take everybody from every street and throw a party in the Grand Canyon," proclaimeth Busta Rhymes in the intro to infectious club anthem "Make It Clap." That statement succinctly captures the spirit of the former Native Tongues member-turned-hip-hop mega-star, and of IT AIN'T SAFE NO MORE, a down and dirty house party intimately drenched in urban chaos and held in an overwhelmingly massive setting. Busta, with his unmistakable gravel tones and class-clown demeanor, has managed the remarkable feat of filling the dance floors while maintaining credibility in the underground.

As he slides into his 30s, Busta retains the youthful swagger and grandiloquent, unrestrained silliness that made him a superstar. While he's certainly best known for his bombastic dance tracks, he could always rhyme with the best MCs, as evidenced here on "What Do You Do When You're Branded" and the title track, the latter of which features a lushly layered quasi-circus backbeat. Mariah Carey herself drops by to coo on the sultry "I Know What You Want." Then, of course, there are the trademark kick-down-the-tables killers like the aforementioned "Make it Clap" and the Rah Digga/Swizz Beatz collaboration "Together."



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