Video Premiere: Busta Rhymes' 'We Made It' Ft. Linkin Park
The highly-awaited music video that collaborates rapper Busta Rhymes and rock band Linkin Park has been premiered a day early on College Hill. The clip is for Busta's new single "We Made It" that will appear on his eight studio album "I'm Blessed", due June 17 via Flipmode/Aftermath/Interscope.
The video was shot back on April 15 in Los Angeles with renown music video director Chris Robinson. Although the song credited Linkin Park as the collaborator, the only members appearing in the video are vocalist Chester Bennington and the band's DJ, Mike Shinoda. The song itself is a joint production between Shinoda and production duo Cool & Dre.
Speaking on the song, Rhymes previously commented, "It ain't just about the 'hood, it ain't just about the suburbs, it's about everybody. This is one of those songs that can't be described better than touching the souls of the common people."
In related news, Linkin Park is also due to release a music video for their single "Leave Out All the Rest" that is taken from their 2007 album "Minutes to Midnight". They have booked a slot with director Mr. Hahn, and reportedly employed a concept of sci-fi influenced setting that depicts what the daily life of the band's members should they live in outer space.
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