Rhymes' new album is 'special'
Busta Rhymes' upcoming album will feature "great things", he has said.
The nine-time Grammy-nominated rapper, who has been busy working on his ninth album ELE 2, revealed he has a soft spot in his heart for the follow-up to 1998's ELE (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front.
"It's definitely a very special project. I haven't been this excited about an album in a long time so you have a lot of great things to look forward to with this album as we get closer to the release date," he said.
Busta - who is headlining the One Love Peace festival at Wembley Arena on July 31, alongside Shaggy and Sean Paul - assured fans will be satisfied with the final result.
"I haven't scheduled a date yet for the album, but it should probably be coming around October or November time," he continued.
"I have to say I am about 85 to 90 per cent done with it. You're going to hear some singles and see some videos, and we shall keep people informed, so stay tuned."