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Busta Rhymes – Life & Rhymes (Documentary) [Video]

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New York, NY – Check out this documentary called “Life & Rhymes” from Google Play on Busta Rhymes. Busta’s free album Year of the Dragon drops on August 21. Check it out.

http://youtu.be/Y2NA2V18X7Q

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    With this in-depth documentary, we spoke to Busta and some of his closest collaborators about the evolution of his double time rhyme style and how dubbing live old school rap battles as a child lead him to wowing crowds today. Watch the video, revisit some of Busta’s best records and grab his explosive (as always) new singles, “King Tut” and “Doin It Again” for free: http://goo.gl/cYcCE.

    Watch more Busta Rhymes exclusives including the behind the scenes from “King Tut” and “Why Stop Now” music videos: http://goo.gl/MR2kd.

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