Rapper Busta Rhymes started his career on Elektra Records, which was run by Sylvia Rhone. It now appears that he’s come full circle. Rhymes has left Aftermath/Interscope Records for Rhone’s Motown Universal label. Rhymes was scheduled to release his latest album, Blessed, in July but allegedly fell out with Interscope Records head Jimmy Iovine. In addition to Elektra Records, Rhymes recorded for J Records before joining the Interscope roster through Dr. Dre’s Aftermath label. Rhymes released one project through the deal, 2006’s gold-certified The Big Bang. The album was Rhymes’first album to debut at Number One on the Billboard 200 albums chart. There’s no word yet on if and when Blessed will be released. The set features collaborations with Dr. Dre, Green Lantern, Cool & Dre, Nottz, Timbaland and The Neptunes with two tracks “Kill Dem” featuring Tosh and “G-Stro”.