As we previously reported, Busta Rhymes has some interesting guest spots on his new album Blessed, including the rap/rock band Linkin Park. The two came together to create Busta's new single "We Made It" and are now in Los Angeles to shoot the video for the song. Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda will appear in the Chris Robinson directed video. Busta talked about the Cool & Dre produced track saying "It [“We Made It"] ain't just about the 'hood, it ain't just about the suburbs, it's about everybody,” continuing “This is one of those songs that can't be described better than touching the souls of the common people."
Busta has already released his club single “Don’t Touch Me (Throw Da Water on ‘Em)" and it's receiving radio spins across the United States, while Linkin Park has been touring to support the release of the group’s double platinum album Minutes To Midnight, which spawned the group’s latest hit single "Given Up." Busta Rhymes’ new album Blessed is due in stores on June 17.