Dr. Dre Is Wrapping Up Busta Rhymes’ First LP In 7 Years Sha Be Allah February 14, 2019 feature, Hip Hop News | Trending Hip Hop Stories, News Exclusives Over 10 years ago, Dr. Dre signed the illustrious Busta Rhymes to his Aftermath label, but the union only produced one album, Busta’s Big Bang in 2006. Now, it has been confirmed that post production finishing touches are being put on Buss A Bus’ first album since Year Of The Dragon. Now, Busta is no longer on the Aftermath label, but he’ continuing his work with Dre, which is expected to churn out Buss’ first album in seven years and an unequivocal banger is all that’s expected. Dre’s role on the album has yet to be confirmed but it has been suggested he could be aiding his friend on either the production or engineering side of things. View this post on Instagram You mutha fucka’s are in really BIG fucking trouble…?????????????? @focus3dots x The Dragon ? & The Good Doctor aka @drdre Stay tuned… #AFTERMATH #THECONGLOMERATE A post shared by Busta Rhymes (@bustarhymes) on Feb 12, 2019 at 4:57am PST Many know the long anticipation when it comes to a Dr. Dre production. With the album Detox yet to be released and Rakim and Joell Ortiz leaving the Aftermath umbrella due to creative differences, so the same results were almost expected with a Busta project, but that’s obviuosly not the case here. More details of the album, including title, features, and a firm release date, are still under wraps but it is expected to be released at some point this year.