Busta Rhymes

Jan
16
New Music: T-Pain f/ Ace Hood and Busta Rhymes – ‘Come and Get It’

Come and Get It

T-Pain grabs Ace Hood and Busta Rhymes for his strip club anthem “Come and Get It,” produced by Pop (Nicki Minaj, Rihanna). The Auto-Tune king has been in the studio working on a new album, due this year.

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Dec
21
New Music: Busta Rhymes & The Conglomerate – ‘Catastrophic’ [Mixtape]

Catastrophic

The world didn’t end as the Mayans predicted, but Busta Rhymes is here to shake things up with his Catastrophic mixtape. The Cash Money signee joins forces with his Conglomerate, J Doe and Reek da Villain, on the 17 tracks hosted by Shaheem Reid. Look for remixes to popular tracks including Lil Wayne’s “No Worries,” A$AP Rocky’s “Fuckin’ Problems,” Trinidad James’ “All Gold Everything,” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice.”

Blast off with Busta and his crew below.

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Dec
21
New Music: Busta Rhymes f/ Q-Tip – ‘Poetic Justice (Remix)’

Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip

Busta Rhymes pays homage to Janet Jackson on his remix to Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice,” which features Janet’s Poetic Justice co-star Q-Tip.

The Cash Money rapper reminisces about shooting his $2.4 million dollar video for “What’s It Gonna Be?!” with Janet and admits to having a crush on her, while Tip cops to kissing Ms. Jackson on screen (but that’s as far as it went).

“I’m a little jealous, Tip/ Your tongue went in her mouth in that Poetic Justice movie, from what I can account,” raps Bussa Bus before throwing it to the Tribe Called Quest member.

“A captivating lady, I used to be her baby/ Good times, they never fading/ Look back and celebrate, poetic justice,” spits Q-Tip over a sample of Janet’s “Any Time, Any Place.”

You can find this remix and more on Busta’s new mixtape Catastrophic, which drops today.

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Dec
14
Swizz Beatz Brings Out Alicia Keys, Diddy, & Busta Rhymes at ‘Girls Night Out’

Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz

It’s showtime! Swizz Beatz brought out some of his superstar friends during “Girls Night Out” at Webster Hall in New York City last night. The super-producer was joined onstage by Diddy (“Same Damn Time”), Busta Rhymes (“Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See”), DJ Khaled (“All I Do Is Win”), and his wife Alicia Keys, who surprised him in the middle of “Everyday Birthday.”

“You just gonna pop up on my show like that?” said Swizz, to which Alicia replied, “I just figured I’d come say hi.”

She stuck around to perform her Girl on Fire single “New Day,” which her husband helped produce.

Watch some of the highlights below.

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Nov
30
New Music: Trey Songz f/ Busta Rhymes – ‘Hail Mary (Remix)’

Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes gets in the game on the remix to Trey Songz’ Chapter V cut “Hail Mary,” which originally featured Lil Wayne and Young Jeezy. The Cash Money rapper prays for his enemies and curses out the ref on his added verse.

Go long with Bussa Bus.

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Oct
31
New Music: Shanell f/ Busta Rhymes – ‘Last Time’

Last Time

Shanell teams with her YMCMB labelmate Busta Rhymes on the FKI-produced “Last Time.” The sultry song, which originally appears on the Young Money singer’s mixtape Nobody’s Bitch, is being pushed as her next single. It will be released to radio in the coming weeks and there are also plans to shoot a video.

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Sep
12
Video: Busta Rhymes f/ Reek Da Villian & Chanel Nicole – ‘Doin It Again’

Busta Rhymes

After delivering a free album for his fans, Busta Rhymes comes through with the feel-good video for “Doin It Again.” A tatted Bussa Buss pulls up in his white Rolls-Royce and catches up with some friends in the parking lot. The party continues inside as he raises a toast and dances alongside his co-stars Chanel Nicole and Reek Da Villian.

The video includes a touching tribute to his late manager Chris Lighty, who committed suicide last month.

“To Chris Lighty, one of the most influential people in the world, one of the most incredible friends I’ve ever had in my life,” says Busta. “You were like my big brother, my father, my manager for 21 years. I love you and I miss you. Until we get together and do it again, Chris Lighty may you rest in peace and always know that I will always be a Violator for life.”

The Ted Smooth-produced cut appears on Busta’s album Year of the Dragon, available for free on Google Play.

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