Busta Rhymes has continued to release new music after being challenged by Funk Flex to do so two weeks ago.

On the heels of premiering a pair of records on Flex’s Hot 97 show last week (August 25), Busta let another track from the vault go featuring Swizz Beatz.

“The lady on the right get down with me/ The lady on the left get down with me,” Swizz repeats on the energetic chorus to set the tone for the bouncy tune.

Busta Rhymes grabs the baton and uses his speedy flow to brag about his diverse real estate portfolio across the globe. “I’m in a foreign jawn/ International real estate, I purchase foreign homes/ Over the last 30 years I met a lot of pawns/Y’all can’t stop me,” he raps.

 

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Busta Rhymes looks like he could possibly be in album mode with him flooding Funk Flex’s inbox. His comment section seemed to approve of having the New York rap veteran back in the booth.

“Too Good,” Royce Da 5’9″ wrote, while Hitmaka added: “It Begins!!! This was a night for the books.” Unfortunately, fans shouldn’t expect any of the three tracks to eventually land on streaming services.

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The beat to one of the tracks with Swizz appears to be a sped-up version of KRS-One’s 1997 hit “Step Into A World (Rapture’s Delight),” which was built around the popular break beat “The Champ” by The Mohawks.

Most recently, Funk Flex premiered a new track from Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon and Ghostface Killah on Thursday night (September 1), which finds the Wu Gambinos trading bars over ’90s-inspired production from Scram Jones.

Funk Flex has been busy over the summer premiering songs by Juelz Santana and Benny The Butcher, Fabolous and two more Jadakiss records produced by Swizz Beatz, all of which came following challenges.

Flex’s latest challenge singled out Swizz Beatz who he wants to send him an unreleased DMX song to premiere on Hot 97 next week.