13 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Busta’s solo debut makes a strong case for the rapper being New York’s most captivating stylist. The Coming sets an ominous scene—“Everything Remains Raw” flips a Miles Davis sample into a disorienting lurch, and the silver-tongued MC swerves and staggers through it with demented grace. His delivery thrills at every turn: the titular yelp on the neck-snapping “Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check” is all fun-house mirror rhymes. It’s rap’s Drunken Master, an absurdist slapstick kung fu marathon.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Busta’s solo debut makes a strong case for the rapper being New York’s most captivating stylist. The Coming sets an ominous scene—“Everything Remains Raw” flips a Miles Davis sample into a disorienting lurch, and the silver-tongued MC swerves and staggers through it with demented grace. His delivery thrills at every turn: the titular yelp on the neck-snapping “Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check” is all fun-house mirror rhymes. It’s rap’s Drunken Master, an absurdist slapstick kung fu marathon.

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