Busta Rhymes is almost done with his next album but he recently talked about the success of his recent "Back On My Bullsh*t" (B.O.M.B.) lp and explained why although it debuted under 100,000 in its first week, he feels it was well-received by fans. Beyond that, Busta goes on to explain why he really is never satisfied with the release of any of his projects. "Reception for every one of my albums could always be greater than it has been," Busta explaineds. "I always wanna be able to have one of those Michael Jackson successes on every project because we make the music for the people. The people ain't just a certain amount of people, the people is every people so if I was to sell ten million albums, I would have hoped that I could have sold a hundred million albums because I want every single person in the planet to receive my joint the way that I want them to receive it." [Busta Rhymes Talks Success Of B.O.M.B. - Watch Here]
"So I never really feel any way about it when it's not received in the way I want it to, I just look at it as 'Okay.' Greatness is defined in unlimited measures. Sometimes, the measurement can't even be measured because it supercedes the level of expectation that you even have to possibly measure the way you can have your greatness received — We're living in times where the people have to receive it in ways more than the protocol's way. The protocol's way is going into the stores and buying it. If people can't afford to buy it, that ain't gonna stop them from receiving it." [Busta Rhymes Talks Success Of B.O.M.B. - Watch Here]
Busta Rhymes Talks "B.O.M.B."