Bree Runway is sounding off on the drama that led to the removal of a Busta Rhymes sample from her latest single ‘Hot Hot.’
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The track was unleashed along with its accompanying video in March and came bearing a prominent sample of Busta’s 2005 hit ‘Touch It.’
However, fans noticed that the streaming version of the song now features a different beat. One entirely different from the original.
Bree first hinted at frustration, tweeting:
— ･ﾟBree Runway ☆ (@breerunway) May 7, 2021
The multi-hyphenate star then followed with:
“one thing about me is, I always do MY JOB AND MORE, somewhere along the line someone didn’t do theirs… hence why we are at this version of the song, I’ve cried, screamed TRUST ME I’m as mad as you are, and I’m sorry we’ve reached here.
and just to be clear, it’s nothing to do with busta, not his fault.
have me out here looking tone deaf URGHHHHH lemme not even start, love you guys and thank you for your support Red heart.”
Sample or no sample, the song remains a bop and Bree still serves as one of music’s most exciting new names.
Check out the differences between the versions below: