Busta Rhymes has unveiled the star-studded track-list for his upcoming album, ‘Extinction Event Level 2: The Wrath of God’.
The hip-hop legend will unleash the long-awaited sequel to 1998's ‘Extinction Level Event: The Final Front’ on October 30.
And after he recently revealed that the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard posthumously features on a track, Busta has now unveiled the full track-listing for the 22-track LP ahead of its release on Friday.
The late former Wu-Tang Clan member appears on 'Slow Flow', while Mariah has reunited with the rapper on 'Where I Belong', their first duet since 2003's major hit 'I Know What You Want'.
Kendrick features on 'Look Over Your Shoulder’ and Mary on 'You'll Never Find Another Me'.
There are also guest appearances from Rick Ross, Chris Rock, Q-Tip and more.
So far, Busta has released the tracks ‘The Don & The Boss’ with Vybz Kartel and ‘YUUUU’ featuring Anderson .Paak from the collection.
The 'Break Ya Neck' rapper - whose last studio album was 2012's 'Year of The Dragon' - revealed he had finished work on the LP two years ago.
He said: “Now that the album is done, I’m in a space where I don’t want to do nothing conventional anymore.
“So there’s so many things that I’m putting together to surround the album when it’s time to roll it out, campaign-wise. I’m just trying to create new groundbreaking moments that will allow the way albums are released again to be exciting in the way that they used to be.”
The track-listing for ‘Extinction Event Level 2: The Wrath of God’ is:
1.‘E.L.E. 2 Intro’ Feat. Chris Rock, Rakim, Pete Rock
2. ‘The Purge’
3. ‘Strap Yourself Down’
4. ‘Czar’ Feat. M.O.P.
5. ‘Outta My Mind’ Feat. Bell Biv Devoe
6. ‘E.L.E. 2 The Wrath of God’ Feat. Minister Louis Farrakhan
7. ‘Slow Flow’ Feat. Ol’ Dirty Bastard
8. ‘Don’t Go’ Feat. Q-Tip
10. ‘True Indeed’
11. ‘Master Fard Muhammad’ Feat. Rick Ross
12. ‘YUUUU’ Feat. Anderson .Paak
13. ‘Oh No’
14. ‘The Don and The Boss’ Feat. Vybz Kartel
15. ‘Best I Can’ Feat. Rapsody
16. ‘Where I Belong’ Feat. Mariah Carey
17. ‘Deep Thought’
18. ‘The Young God Speaks’
19. 'Look Over Your Shoulder’ Feat. Kendrick Lamar
20. ‘You Will Never Find Another Me’ Feat. Mary J Blige
21. 'Freedom?’ Feat. Nikki Grier
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