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Projekt Revolution 2008 > (16.07.2008) Mansfield, MA, Tweeter Center

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We Made It
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Busta said -
Chester, I love you baby. :D

Спасибо Тони и Марине  :shine:

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Busta Rhymes: ‘I’m like a kid in a candy store’

By Brian Dukes
Staff writer

http://www.fayobserver.com/article?id=299903

When the Projekt Revolution 2008 concert pulls into Raleigh on Friday, it will feature a power-packed lineup that includes Linkin Park, Busta Rhymes, Chris Cornell, The Bravery, and more.

For Busta Rhymes, born Trevor Tahiem Smith Jr., touring with such a wide array of performers reflects the diversity in his own, multiplatinum-selling, 20-year career as a rapper.

“I’m like a kid in a candy store,” Rhymes said in a recent phone interview. “Performing with these guys is the best thing in the world for me.”

Doors open at 1 p.m. for the music festival at Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek. The show starts at 2 p.m.

Rhymes, who was given his rap nom de plume by Public Enemy frontman Chuck D., has come a long way from his 1991 debut with Leaders of the New School, a New York-based hip-hop group. Rhymes’ highly energetic vocal delivery was on full display on tracks such as “Case of the P.T.A.” and “Scenario,” a tune by A Tribe Called Quest on which Rhymes took full advantage of his guest spot.

Since then, Rhymes has enjoyed chart-topping success, with four No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles and Hot 100 charts, as well as several Top Ten hits.

In between rehearsals for the tour, a very busy Rhymes talked about the tour, working with Linkin Park again, and his growth as an artist as he looks forward to his upcoming CD. “Blessed” is slated to be released in September.

Q: Looking at the Projekt Revolution lineup, this is quite a mix. What are your thoughts on sharing the stage with Linkin Park and Chris Cornell?

A: I’m fans of all those guys. I’ve been a fan of Chris Cornell since he was in Soundgarden. And you know? Me and Linkin Park used to record in the same studio before they put out their first record.

Q: Really? That’s cool. You’ve been able to see them grow.

A: Oh, yeah. It’s been great to see them develop since our days recording next to each other in New York. I’ve got a tremendous amount of respect for those guys. They’ve been very supportive of what I’ve been doing, and of hip-hop overall.

Q: You and Linkin Park recently collaborated on “We Made It,” the first single and video from “Blessed.” And now you guys are touring together. What was it like to work with those guys after all this time?

A: It’s like the stars were aligned. That’s a blessing, because at the end of the day, not everything works out. Sure, you may do collaborations with other artists, but very rarely do you get to actually perform the tracks live with them that you collaborated on. I’ll be able to perform every night with those brothers.

Q: Can we assume that “We Made It” will make it on the set list?

A: The last thing I can do is tell you that. The element of surprise is a very powerful thing. If people come to the show already knowing what I’m going to do, then what’s the point? I think I’m going to hold onto that bit of knowledge with dear life.

Q: Sorry. We had to try.

A: (laughs)

Q: Way back in your Leaders of the New School days, did you ever think you’d get to this point?

A: Absolutely not! I didn’t even think I’d be making a record when I was with Leaders of the New School. At the time, we were still in school and just messing around with rap. Fortunately, we were able to develop what we had into something skillful that people started to believe in. And to have that lead to where I’m at now, I’m really blessed.

Q: Are you satisfied then?

A: You know, Dec. 12, 2009, will make my 20th year professionally recording. This has been an unbelievable reality for me. I’m absolutely satisfied with where I’m at. I’ve made a lot of money, and I’ve got a lot of love from friends, fans and family.

Q: Where do you go from here? How does Busta Rhymes top Busta Rhymes?

A: One thing that has always allowed me to continue to grow has been to always look beyond. There’s still a lot for me to accomplish. I want to keep reaching new heights in my growth as an artist, a businessman and a man. You’ve got to be able to evolve and change with the times.

Q: As one of rap’s elder statesmen, what advice would you offer up-and-coming rap artists today?

A: My key word of advice for any artist — whether it’s music, sculpture, painting — is to just “do you.” Because you never have to practice that or remember that. Just be who you are, and no one can take that away. Oh, and always, always be willing to gamble on yourself, especially when no one else is.

Q: What can people look forward to when “Blessed” comes out?

A: It’s another level from me. I’ve gone through a lot of things in the last few years. Some were very difficult. And I’ve not had a chance to give my point of view on those things, because I wasn’t allowed to due to circumstances. Also, this album is a complete culmination of all the skills and lessons I’ve learned throughout the years.
Projekt Revolution 2008

Who: Busta Rhymes, Linkin Park, Chris Cornell, The Bravery and others

When: Friday. Doors open at 1 p.m. Show starts at 2 p.m.

Where: Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek, Raleigh

Tickets: $20.75 to $60.75 through Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster.com or by calling 223-2900
Staff writer Brian Dukes can be reached at dukesb@fayobserver.com or 323-4848, ext. 411.

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Linkin Park - We Made It - Mansfield MA 2008 другая камера

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http://www.mikeshinoda.com/blog/Linkin_ … revolution

July 27, 2008

busta rhymes has unfortunately had to leave projekt revolution. we were all extremely disappointed to see him go; we enjoyed the energy and personality he brought to the tour, and we looked forward to playing "we made it" on stage with him each night. his departure was due to a number of complicated business matters that were out of anyone's control. we hope to cross paths with busta again soon!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qelp36_izK0&eurl

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Busta Rhymes off the Math

It’s official - Busta Rhymes got dropped from Interscope/Aftermath. It was reported that Busta Rhymes was dropped from Interscope due to a heated argument with Jimmy Iovine. He later confirmed that the album would be released in late September on Aftermath. Aftermathmusic.com contacted the general manager of Aftermath.

“Yes, it’s true. He got dropped.”, so the General Manager of Aftermath.

“Blessed” is scheduled to release in September, but not on Aftermath.

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Lyrics

http://www.metrolyrics.com/we-made-it-l … hymes.html

[Chester Bennington]
Together we made it
We made it even though we had our backs up against the wall

[Busta Rhymes:]
See it niggas i survived the worst but my life is glorious
Betta believe that i leaped every hurdle and i'm so victorious
Take a look I'm a symbol of greatness now call a nigga Morpheus
As force accumalted the wind and but a believe I'm so notorious
Didn't know I've been buying my bread even though we rapping now (yes)
And now when you look on my trip and you a nigga higher level tramping now
And you see that everyone on my middle struggers and
For your ass is never been an option
A nigga paper long like we was on the trap and the hood choppin
Get it!

[Chorus: Chester Bennington] (Busta Rhymes) *Mike Shinoda*
Together we made it (you see we did it niggas)
We made it even though we had our backs up against the wall (c'mon)
Forever we waited (haha!)
And they told us we were never going to get it
but we took it on the road (through the riches)
on the road (through the ghetto)
on the roooooad (and the projects to this bangin instrumental)
on the road (ride with me) *yeah, yeah*
on the road (you come and get it) *yeah, yeah*
on the roooooooad *yeah, yeah, yeah, yo!*

[Mike Shinoda:]
When it all got started we was steadily just getting rejected
And it seemed like nothing we could do would ever get us respected
And thus we was stressed and the worst they probably said was we're pathetic
Had all the pieces to that puzzle just a way to get connected
And I was fighting through every ryhme tighting up every line
Never resting the question and I was out of my mind
And it finally came time to do it or let it die
So put the chips on the table and told me to let it ride
Sing it!

[Chorus: Chester Bennington] (Busta Rhymes)
Together we made it (you see we did it niggas)
We made it even though we had our backs up against the wall (c'mon)
Forever we waited (haha!)
And they told us we were never going to get it
but we took it on the road (through the riches)
on the road (through the ghetto)
on the roooooad (and the projects to this bangin instrumental)
on the road (ride with me)
on the road (you come and get it)
on the roooooooad

[Busta Rhymes:]
Look in case you misunderstanded exactly what I'm building
Shit that I could live for my children (children) children (children)
Now I only wake up I smile to see how far I've come
Fighting for sales on a strip to get hustle from
From nights in jail on a bench using my muscles son
To count money like Dre, Jimmy and Russell Ones
But now I live when I dream you see me finally getting it
Let's make a toast to the hustle regardless how we get it
Singing

[Chorus: Chester Bennington] (Busta Rhymes)
Together we made it (you see we did it niggas)
We made it even though we had our backs up against the wall (c'mon)
Forever we waited (haha!)
And they told us we were never going to get it
but we took it on the road (through the riches)
on the road (through the ghetto)
on the roooooad (and the projects to this bangin instrumental)
on the road (ride with me)
on the road (you come and get it)
on the roooooooad

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Busta Info
By: Hahninator on Sun Jul 27, 2008 2:18 pm

From a friend:

"Busta was not KICKED OFF the tour. Don't really know what happened. I think that he has some other commitments away from the tour, but the plan is for him to be at more shows. Don't know when, but I think he will be a surprise guest here and there thru out the tour."

Also, Mike's blog had this to say:

"busta rhymes has unfortunately had to leave projekt revolution. we were all extremely disappointed to see him go; we enjoyed the energy and personality he brought to the tour, and we looked forward to playing "we made it" on stage with him each night. his departure was due to a number of complicated business matters that were out of anyone's control. we hope to cross paths with busta again soon!"

Take this however you want it. I have no idea what the deal is, but this probably gives us some insight into why he was not at a few shows. Apparently LPU HQ was wrong when they said that he got into a fight with Mike.

As for me, I'm headed home tomorrow. Be back in full on Tuesday. I missed the Raleigh show even though I was >2 miles from the venue. Oh well, there's always more. Talk to you guys soon - glad everything's going well. Hopefully A Place For My Head, Reading My Eyes, or something else pops in the setlists.

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shieldnoshield wrote:
Personally, I don't think everyone should get so excited. I'm not a huge Busta fan, but just because he's had some misdemeanors in his past, doesn't mean he'll continue do do them. Just because this is an LP board there's no reason to flame Busta or make accusatory comments against him. As has been mentioned previously in this topic, Busta got droppped from Interscope and consequently the release date for his album has changed, I think that's a perfectly legitimate reason for him having to leave PR and gives reason to Mike's mention of "complicated business matters". Interestingly enough, apparently he was dropped from Interscope because of a "heated argument" with Jimmy Iovine, whoever that is. Maybe Iovine was at one of the shows and this "heated argument" was what was reported. Anyways, I think we should wait for some kind of announcement from Busta (news or something) before we start making illegitimate claims.

Chesnoda

Jimmy Iovine is the Head guy at interscope records, and the heated argument was due to a disagreement about bustas album. The whole fight with mike shinoda is FALSE, FAKE, NOT TRUE, it was put on wikipedia by some random person and then the website picked it up and ran with it (not very good to just pick up anything on the internet and say its true)

The story that seems true is, busta gets dropped, his album gets pushed back to god knows when (since he doesnt have a record company to drop it through), So instead of being on a tour (which his main porpuse was to promote his album) hes handling buisness about where he will actually be (because you cant make money if your not signed to a record company) I think thats more important, so I see how he would need to be handling his buisness rather then having fun on a summer tour.

http://www.lplive.net/viewtopic.php?f=4 … p;start=30

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PinkWater3 Posted: Jul 27 2008, 04:51 PM


Ok, seriously, Mike's explanation is a biiiig let down. I was expecting some scandal..
I was sooo excited by all this thing.. like I said before, it was making me all bouncy. Me loves gossip.

Ok so for the non LPUers, I'll give you a little insight of all the speculation there was last night.

Ok so people found out that Busta was no longer on the tour when he didn't perform his set in Holmdel but came for WMI. The next day in Raleigh, he wasn't there at all. Someone has been told by I-don't-remember-who that he's been kicked off.

Apparently, LPU HQ confirmed to Mark (Hahninator) that Busta was KICKED OFF due to a confrontation with Mike. We have no idea if it's true. Mark isn't a liar, but this is fucked up. Why would LPU HQ say that when today Mike and Pooch say he hasn't been KICKED OFF?

Ok another thing is that someone asked Chester and Joe about Busta at a MnG. Apparently, Chester looked pissed, turned away and avoided the question.
Busta's "complicated business matters" isn't a reason for Chaz to be pissed. (A fight with Mike is more credible.)
Also, the Raleigh show was reported to be cold, with absolutely NO communication with the fans or with each other.

Ok just so you know, I do NOT think -if there was one- that it was any physical confrontation.
Busta caught our lovers making out. Busta was pissed. Mike wanted to explain. Busta insulted him and his baby. Mike couldn't take it and kicked him off. yeah?

Another reason why I don't believe this "complicated business matters" explanation is that it took them too long to make a statement. When someone can no longer be part of a tour, you make a statement BEFORE he's gone. Busta's fans weren't informed and were probably very disappointed to show up at PR to find out Busta's not gonna perform.

Something else happened, and we'll probably never even know.

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CrazedRacer     Post subject: Re: Busta Info
Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 3:42 pm

    Yesterday at the show, the Bravery's lead singer said he'd like to thank LP and all the bands at Projekt Revolution "including my dear friend, Busta Rhymes, who I dearly miss on this tour." I kind of figured that something took place there, since it was dripping in sarcasm when he said it.

On a side note, I would have much rather seen Busta than the Bravery. They were OK, but they served more as background music for me reading the messages board than watching them play.

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ремикс из блога Майка

on a side note, thanks to my buddy scott for this link, a "we made it" remix:

http://www.earwigsandwax.com/mp3/we_made_it_(chew_fu_fix).mp3

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Jaclyn написал(а):

The story that seems true is, busta gets dropped, his album gets pushed back to god knows when (since he doesnt have a record company to drop it through), So instead of being on a tour (which his main porpuse was to promote his album) hes handling buisness about where he will actually be (because you cant make money if your not signed to a record company) I think thats more important, so I see how he would need to be handling his buisness rather then having fun on a summer tour.

мне как-то больше вериться в эту историю

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Pooch blog

Monday, July 28, 2008, 10:37 AM
Posted by Administrator
I have quite a few people ask me what happened to Busta Rhymes. Here is what I know. He was NOT kicked off the tour, or anything like that. My understanding is that he has had some other personal commitments that has pulled him away for the tour briefly. I am told that he will be showing up as a surprise guest on several dates of this tour. Not sure when that will be. That's what I know. Linkin Park loves Busta, as a friend, and also as someone that they really respect. So there is NO ill will between them that I am aware of. That is all.


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