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  • Wheel Of Fortune
  • Give Em What They Askin For
  • Respect My conglomerate feat. Lil Wayne & Jadakiss
  • Shoot For The Moon
  • Huster's Anthem 2009 feat. T-Pain
  • Kill Dem feat. Pharell & Tosh
  • Arab Money feat. Ron Browz
  • Imma Go and Get Mine feat. Mike Epps
  • We Want In feat. Ron Browz, Spliff Star & Show Money
  • We Miss You feat. Jelly Roll & DeMarco
  • Sugar feat. Jelly Roll
  • Don't Believe Them feat. Akon & T.I
  • Decision feat. Mary J Blige, J. Foxx, J. Legend & Common
  • If You Don't Know feat. Big Tigger
  • World Go Round feat. Estelle

All jokes about his legal woes aside, Busta Rhymes' eighth album is appropriately named Back on My B.S. The rapper's fame has largely been based on gimmicks (fast flow, cartoon image) and notoriety (burning bridges has been a constant in his career). Yet the veteran's talent, which often seems under-utilized, consistently surfaces at least once per album in the form of a wildly excellent single. Back on My B.S. has acquired an exceptional amount of anticipation due to his leaked Tae Bo workouts ("Don't Touch Me," and the more recent "Arab Money," which appropriately comes with its own dance), as well as some notable guest spots of late (Jean Grae's "Love Thirst" remix and Nas' "Fried Chicken"). So far, Back on My B.S. promises its share of rewind moments.

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