New Music: Kendrick Lamar f/ Busta Rhymes – ‘Rigamortus (Remix)’

Kendrick Lamar and Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes gives new life to Kendrick Lamar’s Section.80 cut “Rigamortus.” Bussa Bus leaves his fingerprints all over the battered track with his violent rhymes. “F**k sending you off in a hearse, I’ll send you off in a taxi/ Have you bloody, leaky lookin’ like you a tampon or Maxi,” raps the newest Cash Money member. Listen to his killer verse.

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20 Comments

  1. Outspoken

    Kendrick Lamars mixtapes go all the way in. Im definitely a fan.

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    imusic Reply:

    @Outspoken, co sign! Lyrically he is i think the best right now and his flow and creativity is amazing!

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  2. JueLz

    this guy is the truth! his flow is serious and his lyrics go in. def a force to be reckoned with

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    Outspoken Reply:

    @JueLz, cosign. Section 80 mixtape is my shit

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    StarsAreBlind Reply:

    @Outspoken, I thought Section 80 was an album?

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    Drew Reply:

    @StarsAreBlind, it is

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  3. Kendrick Lamar feat. Busta Rhymes – Rigamortus (Remix) | illHype

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  4. Outspoken

    kendrick lamars mixtapes go all the way in. Im definitely a fan

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  5. RDK

    song is fire.

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  6. Check Out: Kendrick Lamar feat. Busta Rhymes – “Rigamortus” (remix) « Consequence of Sound

    [...] Compton, CA rapper Kendrick Lamar can rap pretty fast. But you know who’s just as verbally agile on the mic? The iconic Busta Rhymes. To see who can spit the quickest, Bussa Bus jumps on the remix to Lamar’s stand-out “Rigamortus”. The end result is hip-hop so speedy it’ll break yo motherfrickin’ neck, with no discernible winner in this clash of two of the game’s most rapid-fire MCs. See if you can keep up by listening below (via Rap-Up). [...]

  7. stfu

    hip hop, i think we just found a pulse

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    StarsAreBlind Reply:

    @stfu, Omfg, I hate when people make comments like this.

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    stfu Reply:

    @StarsAreBlind, OMFG OMFG OMFG I really didn’t ask for you’re opinion

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  8. Antonisha

    “Made in America” is my favorite song…Frank’s voice is so smooth…

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    Ronnie Ron Reply:

    @Antonisha, i think dats irrelevant to this post

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  9. No1else

    Fav songs off section 80: A.D.H.D, SPITEFUL CHANT, TAMMY’S SONG,FCK YOUR ETHNICITY, RONALD RAGON ERA, HII POWER. luv that mixtape, shouldve been an album

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    J.J. Reply:

    @No1else, it was a digital album

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  10. @bloglilwaynebr

    Hell yeah! What a great flow this nigga have.

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  11. Hugh

    KENDRICK is amazing

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  12. Alice

    I used to like Vashtie when I saw the US placers video and lokeod up to her as a woman making major moves in the creative industries. But I’ve steadily noticed her work, particularly her videos aren’t impressive and definitely not groundbreaking, so I don’t see what the big deal is about. I know your style is from the late 80s thru early 90s era and you try to make your videos like that, but every time I see your videos it’s disappointing – as is the case with this video. I understand what your were trying to go for here, but its just bland. Kendrick Lamar is a great artist and this song is dope, but the visuals aren’t at the same level as the artist and the song. If it wasn’t for Kendrick Lamar I would think I was watching an university art student’s project rather than something professional. Personally, I think that if you had focused much more on directing than other things like fashion, parties, interviews, etc, you could’ve been a better director. I hope this isn’t too harsh, but that its taken as constructive criticism. Don’t get me wrong you’re a hardworking woman and that’s very admirable, just wish that your work was up to par with that.

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