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The 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Beats of All Time

48. Busta Rhymes "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See" (1997)

Producer: Shamello & Buddah
Album: When Disaster Strikes
Label: Flipmode, Elektra

Busta recently told the story about the creation of "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See," one of his most memorable songs, explaining that his road manager heard the beat and insisted that its creators, Shamello and Buddah, play it to Mr. Rhymes as soon as humanly possible. "I lost my muthafucking mind," he recalls. The basis of the beat is taken from "Sweet Green Fields," courtesy of ‘70s soft-rock duo Seals and Croft, while beefed-up drums and shakers are added to deliver the hypnotic, rolling feel that makes this beat so unique. In the end, it was the perfect showcase for Bussa Bus to unleash his trademark verbal gymnastics.

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