4 Comments Wednesday, April 30th, 2008
REVIEW: “Don’t Touch Me” & “Lights, Camera, Action” – Busta Rhymes
Two-for-one special! And Busta thinks he’s Blessed.
Once on the Discovery Channel, a kid hyena ripped the face off its parent, then decided to sew it back on — with its teeth. A completely savage, yet gorgeous, sight. “Don’t Touch Me (Throw Da Water On ‘Em),” Busta Rhymes’ first resurfacing since all his legal foolishness, is a brutal spectacle in the same fashion — it’s refreshingly tyrannical. A ripping-heads-off-because-it’s-a-good-day sort of thing. He spews: “You can give me a standing ovation / while I’m banging your face in.” By contrast, “Lights, Camera, Action” is a perfectly trite song, a tried metaphor whereby Busta plies his tongue so he can properly chew the mushy beat while rapping salaciously about doing it on camera. Be glad that one didn’t get the video treatment. -Rodney Dugue
*Which track is hotter?*
Listen to “Don’t Touch Me (Throw Da Water On ‘Em)” here:
Listen to “Lights, Camera, Action” here:
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