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Well, this is much better that that art that accompanied the announcement.
In related news, Q-Tip claims he’s producing the next Kanye album with Rick Rubin. Hit the jump for the video.
Busta, track producer Shamello and others comment on the former LONS frontman’s career defining 1997 single “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See”. They talk about the birth of Leaders of the New School and how that name had to be earned, his reluctance to go solo and the game changing video by Hype Williams.
The legendary Shabba Ranks, Busta Rhymes, and Migos join A$ AP Ferg on the official remix of “Shabba” available for purchase on iTunes now. Trap Lord, in stores now.
Busta took to Twitter a little while ago to announce a new mixtape project from himself and Q-Tip, The Abstract & The Dragon. The tape is due out December 12th and will serve as a precursor to Busta’s Extinction Level Event 2 which is due next year. This is pretty exciting news, but 15-year old me would have been through the roof over this concept.
Be sure to check out footage from last night’s Yeezus Tour Stop at the Barclay’s Center, where Busta joined ATCQ for “Scenario”.
— Busta Rhymes (@BustaRhymes) November 21, 2013
Last night in Brooklyn, A Tribe Called Quest reunited to play what is expected to be the first of their last two shows ever as the openers for Kanye West’s Yeezus Tour. Here we see them running through the classic “Scenario” with Busta Rhymes, who unfortunately suffered from technical difficulties with his mic, rendering his immortal verse mute.
As should be expected, Kanye ranted when he took the stage. Watch that after the jump.
Previously: Busta on the Time 2Pac Dissed ATCQ
Chris Brown and Busta Rhymes team up for “Sweet Caroline”. This is taken from Chris Brown’s new project “X Files”, which can be downloaded here.
Here is a behind the scenes look at the video for Busta Rhymes’ new single “Thank You” featuring Q-Tip, Lil Wayne and Kanye West.
Ted Smooth reworks Mr. Thicke’s Summer staple and brings in Busta Rhymes as a guest.
Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip go back and forth on his new single “Thank You”, which also features intros from Lil Wayne and Kanye West.
Previously: Busta Rhymes ft. Bob Marley – Chris Lighty
Information Age in stores now.
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