(GEMS RADIO) – Big Daddy Kane has showered praise on Busta Rhyme’s rapping abilities adding that none matches the Brooklyn native’s lyrical prowess. The emcee was speaking on Instagram where he showed respect and awe for Bus-A-Bus’s craft.
Speaking with conviction, the rapper said, “Let me explain something to you. Real talk. Real quick, a’ight? Hands down, greatest flow in Hip Hop. And anybody that wants to dispute me on this, this is what I want you to do. Listen to the original version of ‘Turn It Up’ from this man — the original version with the Al Green sample. I did this. Three times. Count it. This dude switched his flow seven times in one song. Fuck with that. Nobody’s doing that.”
None’s Talent Matches Busta’s
The rapper acknowledged others in the industry who have formidable talent but clarified why he thinks Busta beats them all.
“Method Man has one of the greatest flows in Hip Hop. I love Biggie, Bone Thugs, Eminem, Slick Rick, and Snoop flow. But none of them constantly changes patterns and speed as much as Busta. He uses his mouth like a piano on the track. Flows are untouchable in my opinion.”
Nobody Willing To Take On Busta Rhymes
Big Daddy Kane is not the first to laud Busta’s lyrical abilities. In November last year, Fat Joe admitted to being intimidated to do Verzuz with Busta.
“Fat Joe is scared to do Verzuz with Busta Rhymes and so is everybody else,” said Fat Joe. “You gotta understand, sometimes you ever notice — you seen boxers and they knock everybody out? People be scared to fight those boxers.
“Busta Rhymes is gonna outrap, outperform anybody who goes up in a Verzuz with him. That’s a fact. Yo, Busta Rhymes, nobody wanna get in there with you, man. You might have to be an honorary — they gotta give you the check for no reason.”
True to Fat Joe’s statement, nobody is yet to rise to the occasion and take on Bus in the highly acclaimed one on one battle.