Busta Rhymes announces title of next album | Music News

It was back in November of last year that news broke of Busta Rhymes‘ signing to both Birdman and Lil Wayne‘s Cash Money label and Google Music, and now it looks like that partnership is materialising into a product. Taking to Twitter moments ago, Busa Buss announced the title of his next album, Year of the Dragon, which will serve as the veteran Brooklyn-bred rhymer’s ninth solo LP.

The record was previously thought to be called E.L.E. 2: End of the World, a follow-up to his acclaimed ’98 album, E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front. The LP will be distributed via Cash Money and Google Music (this will be the only album the internet brand will contribute to), as well as through his own Conglomerate Records imprint. We can expect the official cover to be unveiled this coming Monday (July 9th).

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