Recently, Busta Rhymes announced that he has a new song with Eminem, and it caught the attention of the public.
The song's producer, Scoop DeVille recently sat down with Vlad TV and provided more details about the song and described it.
"That's the next record that's going to, I'd say destroy the streets of New York and Hip Hop in a lot of ways," Scoop DeVille said when asked about the record. "That record is something that we've been putting together for a minute. It's not just like an overnight thing. We've been trying to make this THE record to bring back Busta in a major way."
Scoop also dropped a new revelation: the latest song with the Hip Hop superstars supposedly contains two verses of a minimum of 60 bars each.
"Not only are you going to get the song, you're going to get a video, you're going to get the old Buss, old Em and it's like six minutes of just rhyming–64 bars Em, 60 bars Em of just destroying it, it's insane," Scoop described. "It's 64 bars, chorus, 60 bars chorus, done."
In September, Busta spoke about the track.
“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 at the time in an interview with XXL. “So it’s lot of real incredibly golden moments for us on this project.”
Busta previously had a record with Eminem with "Hurt You" that didn't make it onto his 2006 album, The Big Bang but still excited fans.
E.L.E. 2 is slated to feature Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Q-Tip, and more, and will likely drop in November. The album is a follow-up to 1998's Extinction Level Event - The Final World Front.
Watch the full interview with Scoop DeVille below: