Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes and Common are celebrating the election of Barack Obama by releasing new songs. Jay-Z debuted a track called "History" [listen here] on New York's Hot 97 radio station yesterday. Jigga raps "Now that all the smoke is gone/And the battles finally won/Victory is finally ours/History, so long, so long/So long, so long" [listen here].
Busta Rhymes followed with "Pop Champagne For Barack" [listen here], transforming Ron Browz hit into a political track. Busta spits "We celebrating this Barack win and I heard a voice
calling/While everybody was yawning/ I was up and I was roaring/ I
voted seven this morning." [listen here].
Next up was Common with his new track "Changes" [listen here]. "Change is inevitable. You can't stop it. Change is happening in everybody's life. Change is like a furious hurricane that you can't stop" Common rapped [listen here].