Kill Dem

Album: Back on My B.S. (2009)
  • Busta told MTV News: "It's a big-up to the West Indian community, which is me freaking it the Jamaican patois."
  • This song was produced by Pharrell Williams, who also is featured on the track along with Tosh. Busta told HipHop.com: "The guest on it is a lady called Tosh, a Jamaican Mariah Carey-type singer, but I wanted her to give me that raw Jamaican patois on this record, and cos of my Jamaican descent I did the same thing."
  • The beat was inspired by ODB's "Shame on a Nigga."
  • Rhymes left Interscope/Aftermath in July 2008 due to a creative clash with Interscope head Jimmy Iovine and later signed with Univeral/Motown. This is one of two tracks on Back on my B.S. that he recorded when he was still signed to Aftermath - the other one being "Don't Believe Em."

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