Busta Rhymes has announced the release date for "Calm Down," his collaboration with Eminem.
The song is set to be released July 1, according to an announcement that was made on Twitter.
"IT'S OFFICIAL!!! THE CONGLOMERATE ENT. PRESENTS... BUSTA RHYMES FT. EMINEM "CALM DOWN" IS COMING JULY. 1ST," Busta Rhymes says in a Twitter post.
Busta Rhymes made this announcement today (June 27).
In September 2013, Rhymes spoke on a collaboration with Eminem.
“I’ve got a six-minute record with Eminem that sounds like we are respectfully trying to battle each other in a way that you probably never heard us battle in our entire careers on a record.” Busta Rhymes said in an interview with XXL. “So it’s lot of real incredibly golden moments for us on this project.”
It is unclear if the song he was referring to in 2013 is "Calm Down."
IT'S OFFICIAL!!! THE CONGLOMERATE ENT. PRESENTS... BUSTA RHYMES FT. EMINEM "CALM DOWN" IS COMING JULY. 1ST pic.twitter.com/jr6v4xiLFQ
— Busta Rhymes (@BustaRhymes) June 27, 2014
(June 27, 2014)
UPDATE: The cover art of Busta Rhymes' "Calm Down" has been released. It is as follows:
(June 27, 2014)
UPDATE #2: Busta Rhymes' "Calm Down," which features Eminem, has been released.
On the song, Eminem tackles various subjects, including Internet bloggers.
"Fucking internet bloggers," Eminem raps on the track, before launching into an immitation voice. "I sit in front of my computer all day and comment on everything. I'm an expert on everything. Everything sucks."
Busta Rhymes also goes through a myriad of topics on his verse, letting fans know: "See, me and Shady together we’re crazy."
The song can be heard via HipHopDX's media section. To hear it, click here.