Busta Rhymes appears before the world’s extension to supply the clubs with a vaccine for monotony on “Outta My Mind,” the second single from the tenth studio album, Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God. FDA approved for an instant, “It’s driving me outta my mind,” level of insanity with audiences, accommodated creatively with a sample from the R& B group, Bell Vid Devoe famous club song, entitled: “Poison.”
Instantly, the beat drops, producers, Dready and Busta Rhymes, accelerate the senses in anticipation of the King’s line, perceiving, “The cannon ’bout to blow.” Moreover, inside the first verse, written from the legend “Gimmie Some More,” MC rippling over the beat, ” Look at here, see them pilin’ in, trick/ Back in the spot to make ’em wild again, b===ch,” as if it is his final day on earth spitting bars on the mic in an intensified commitment.
As a single, it’s a risky selection, given the prevailing state of music on the airwaves catering solely to mumble rappers to secure Urban airplay for the record labels. Even more, hopefully, the song secures enough DJs to spin in clubs before the song prematurely goes for radio adds on the Urban radio station. Besides, performing the single is a guaranteed antidote to inflame massive fascination for a Busta Rhymes trademark, uptempo club anthem. The song is catchy and in due time with an excellent promotional push from the label then, rising on the charts steadily each week is foreseeable along with going for ads on rhythmic and urban radio stations. Indeed, one thing is sure; ” you gotta love it.”
Grade : 88 = B +