Busta Rhymes dropped a sonic bomb Wednesday night (Nov. 16), when he announced that he was making a shift in his career with a move to the Young Money/Cash Money (YMCMB) collective.

Birdman and Lil Wayne's respective label homes welcomed the veteran MC into the fold, of which the news has received a mixed reaction from fans and critics alike. Besides his teaming with YMCMB, Busa Buss also revealed a working relationship under the umbrella of Google Music, a new digital music platform.

"If your not focusing on the ground breaking part of this Google Launch with Busta your not seeing the big picture [sic]," Chris Lighty, who manages Busta's career, posted on Twitter.

The rapid rhymer celebrated his new position as a YMCMB signee and Google Music launched artist by releasing a Chris Brown-assisted track titled 'Why Stop Me Now.' The song, a snap-heavy banger that has CB and Bus boasting and bragging, is available for free via Google Music.

As head of his own movement, the conglomerate, the New York native is giving rap fans an opportunity to showcase their skills via YouTube to score a starring role in the forthcoming visuals for 'Why Stop Now,' produced by Sak Pase.

Listen to Busta Rhymes' 'Why Stop Now' Feat. Chris Brown

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