Don't Believe Em

Album: Back on My B.S. (2009)
  • This was helmed by the Miami based producers Cool & Dre.
  • Busta told HipHop.com that this song featuring Akon and T.I. "was inspired by all our experiences legally." He explained: "We all said, 'Let's get together as legal-pending-issue friends and make a song'! It got recorded as a result of us bein' pointed at so much it was like our lives were over, but we decided it ain't over 'til we say it's over."

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