Busta Rhymes

New Music: Tiffany Evans – ‘Move That Dope (Remix)’

Move That Dope (Remix)

As part of her Tiffany Tuesdays series, Tiffany Evans drops her Little Lady remix to Future’s “Move That Dope.”

The 21-year-old songstress, best known for her 2007 single “Promise Ring,” takes charge with her bossy remake, singing and rapping over the Mike WiLL Made It-produced beat. She also plans to release a video for the song.

Future’s Honest hit has also inspired a much different remix from Busta Rhymes.

Listen to both below.

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Pharrell Brings Out Jay Z, Usher, T.I., & Pusha T at Coachella

Jay Z and Pharrell

The stars once again aligned for Pharrell Williams. After sharing the stage with Gwen Stefani, Nelly, Diddy, and Snoop Dogg last weekend, the music mastermind stormed the desert with another star-studded set during Weekend 2 of Coachella.

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Video: Mack Wilds f/ French Montana, Mobb Deep, & Busta Rhymes – ‘Henny (Remix)’

Mobb Deep and Mack Wilds

Bottoms up. Mack Wilds pours up the video for his remix to “Henny” featuring French Montana, Mobb Deep, and Busta Rhymes. The fellas crash Mack House and party with an entourage of women. Busta injects an energetic verse, while Mack keeps cool behind shades in the ’90s-inspired clip.

The original song, which appears on Mack’s Grammy-nominated debut New York: A Love Story, samples Mobb Deep’s “The Learning (Burn).”

Raise a glass with Mack and friends.

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Pharrell Performs with Nelly, Diddy, Busta Rhymes, & Snoop Dogg at NBA All-Star Game

Snoop Dogg, Diddy, Pharrell, Nelly, and Busta Rhymes

Before the NBA’s greatest players hit the court, Pharrell tipped off Sunday’s All-Star Game with a 20-minute medley of his greatest hits featuring some special guests. The Grammy-winning producer provided the soundtrack to the player introductions beginning with his 2003 single “Frontin’.”

Nelly emerged to perform his Neptunes-produced hit “Hot in Herre” before Skateboard P continued with “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me).”

Diddy and Busta Rhymes helped turn up New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center with “Pass the Courvoisier, Part II.” But instead of the usual lyrics, they switched things up for 2014, chanting “Pass the Ciroc this way.”

Pharrell (sans Robin Thicke) made his way through the crowd for “Blurred Lines,” and his fellow N.E.R.D. bandmate Chad Hugo joined him on keyboard for “Rock Star.”

“Let’s take it back to the essence, Chad,” said P.

Snoop Dogg hit the stage with “Beautiful,” and the Western Conference players entered to “Drop It Like It’s Hot.”

For the closing number, Pharrell donned his famous hat in red while performing “Get Lucky” and his top 10 hit “Happy” as Diddy, Busta, Nelly, and Snoop danced onstage.

“No words for how grateful I am these legends joined me 2nite,” tweeted Pharrell.

Watch Pharrell and friends kick things off with their hit parade.

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New Music: Busta Rhymes & Azealia Banks – ‘Partition (Remix)’

Busta Rhymes and Azealia Banks

After hitting the studio earlier this month, Busta Rhymes and Azealia Banks unleash their collaboration, a remix to Beyoncé’s “Partition.” Bussa Buss gets freaky with his girl in the back of a Maybach as he listens to Bey, while Yung Rapunxel threatens to “flip out if a bitch play me.”

This isn’t the only song they’ve recorded together. “Me and Busta have another song together !! Stay Tuned !” tweeted Azealia.

Roll up the remix below.

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New Mixtape: Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip – ‘The Abstract & The Dragon’

The Abstract and The Dragon

Christmas comes early for hip-hop fans. The legendary Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip join forces on their collaborative mixtape The Abstract & The Dragon. The 28 tracks include some classics, remixes, collaborations, and new material, with appearances from A Tribe Called Quest, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Missy Elliott, Redman, and more.

“This is a gift from us to ya’ll,” said Busta. “Something to hold ya’ll over for the holiday season, bringing that real feel-good boom-bap shit back to life.”

Q-Tip is working on his own album The Last Zulu and is producing Kanye’s next LP with Rick Rubin, while Busta’s ELE 2 is due next year.

Stream and download the dynamic duo’s gift below.

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New Music: Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip – ‘Butch & Sundance’

The Abstract and The Dragon

With just hours to go until their joint mixtape The Abstract and The Dragon drops, Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip drum up excitement with the first offering “Butch & Sundance.” The dynamic duo effortlessly trades bars over an old school-inspired beat.

The project, which features classics, remixes, and new collaborations, will be available to download at midnight.

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