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Busta Rhymes ft Eminem
Calm Down (Clean)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 5:57
bpm: 92
key: 5d

July 1, 2014

Busta Rhymes and Eminem only have one request for us, "Calm Down." In their impressive track together, Busta and Shady lay down more flow than hook, which is refreshing, considering the current line-up of rap and hip-hop songs featuring a repetitive hook with a few lines here and there. Should we really expect different from these two "vets" of the game? While both of these gentlemen have had their share of hits with catchy rhythms and choruses, it's never been a secret that their real dedications lie in the art of rap, and they've proven it here, as each of them spits a ridiculous amount of bars before letting up for the hook. Additionally, despite how far he's come lyrically in his trade, Em still isn't afraid to write about anything, mentioning both Lincoln's assassination and his previous fan, Stan's suicide in his verses for this track. If there are two flow masters you don't wanna screw with, it's Busta and Shady, and "Calm Down" drives that idea home.

Busta Rhymes ft Eminem
Calm Down (Clean)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 5:57
bpm: 92
key: 5d

July 1, 2014

Busta Rhymes and Eminem only have one request for us, "Calm Down." In their impressive track together, Busta and Shady lay down more flow than hook, which is refreshing, considering the current line-up of rap and hip-hop songs featuring a repetitive hook with a few lines here and there. Should we really expect different from these two "vets" of the game? While both of these gentlemen have had their share of hits with catchy rhythms and choruses, it's never been a secret that their real dedications lie in the art of rap, and they've proven it here, as each of them spits a ridiculous amount of bars before letting up for the hook. Additionally, despite how far he's come lyrically in his trade, Em still isn't afraid to write about anything, mentioning both Lincoln's assassination and his previous fan, Stan's suicide in his verses for this track. If there are two flow masters you don't wanna screw with, it's Busta and Shady, and "Calm Down" drives that idea home.