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Arguably the most idiosyncratic MC in contemporary rap, Busta Rhymes flaunts his musical genius on his J Records debut. "Break Ya Neck," an uptempo headbanger produced by the good a Dr. Dre, features Busta flipping his trademark rapid-fire delivery over some post-modernist beats. The Neptunes (aka N*E*R*D) lace Busta with some spacey heat-seeking rhythm tracks on "What it Is" featuring Kelis, while on "As I Come Back" Busta unleashes some potent dungeon dragon roars and Jamaican patois-inflected rhymes. Pedigreed knob twiddlers Pete Rock and Diamond D drop by to provide the dreadlocked wonder with some crisp beats and the first lady of the Flipmode Squad Rah Digga rips up some rhymes on "Betta Stay Up in Your House." Busta's clearly ditched the apocalyptic post-millennial musings heard on his last three studio albums for a more party-themed record. Sure, he dabbles in a little bit of dorkery by enlisting the talents of P. Diddy on "Pass the Courvoisier," but all in all his eclectic rhymes and the plethora of wildly unpredictable beats makes Genesis a keeper. --Dalton Higgins
Top Customer Reviews
If you want to hear Busta's trademark vocals alongside some gems from some of hip hop's finest producers, then this is an album for you, the tracks range from jazzy, to soulful, to cheeky, to downright mental. On the whole though, this is an album for those times when you just want to break things.
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this album i think is one of the most over rated albums of last year. Busta just gets worse on each album he does, although this was better than "Anarchy", but that isnt... Read morePublished on 7 Mar. 2002