Mack Wilds’ “Burn” redux gets a remix video, featuting Mobb Deep, French Montana, and Bussa Buss. As heard on the deluxe version of The Infamous Mobb Deep LP.
Pharrell Williams, with a little help from his friends Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, Nelly and Chad Hugo, kick off the 2014 NBA All Stars with a powerful performance.
Busta and Ms. Banks cover Beyonce’s “Partition” with their own remix.
Noreaga teams with the dungeon dragon for his latest.
Some new tracks, some classics, as Busta and Tip team for The Abstract & The Dragon mixtape. Could this be a prelude to an even bigger project? Guest support (archival and newly recorded) from Redman, DJ Scratch, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, A Tribe Called Quest, Raekwon, Big Daddy Kane, Talib Kweli, Missy Elliott, and LONS. [cont.]
A spirited Busta Rhymes pays tribute to Nas on stage at Art Basel in Miami, and names him “The King Of New York”.
Busta and Q-Tip reveal the cover art for their upcoming collaborative mixtape. All we have to say is, this cover represents many things – may the project hold true to it! We’ll find out December 12th…..
Busta Rhymes and company tells the story of his breakthrough 1997 single, “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See”.
Busta Ryhmes and Q-Tip quickly deliver a video for their single from The Abstract & The Dragon mixtape, hitting December 12th. Surprisingly, both Kanye West and Lil Wayne appear in the video. Who says there’s a G.O.O.D. Music / Young Money beef?
Ferg taps each Busta Rhymes, Migos, and Mr. Loverman himself for the remix to “Shabba Ranks”.
After the positive critical response to “Thank You”, Tip and Busta have announced that they will team for an official mixtape called The Abstract & The Dragon, due December 12th.
The Dungeon Dragon comes out on this performance of “Scenario”, live in New York City on the Yeezus tour earlier this week. As the second-to-last-ATCQ performance ever, its a shame Busta’s mic was having issues. Crowd filled in the gaps, in true LONS style.
Tedsmooth’s been doing his thing for years, most notably on his classic remix of Jamie Foxx’s “Blame It”, utilizing C-Murder’s “Down For My N’s” instrumental. Here, he remixes Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” with an old school feel and a new verse from Bussa-Bus.
Shit is dope. New music from Busta Rhymes, under the Ca$h Money umbrella. Intro by Lil Wayne. Remastered by The John Stewart.
M1 writes: Break The Boxes! This is Part 1 of 5 for the Time Travel EP from dead prez. The EP was executive produced by M1 of dead prez. The story began in Tallahassee when I met Tr!x (@TheMrPatel)who is the guy doing the hook. This version was produced by Precision (@PrecisionAMG) as was the [cont.]
Busta-Buss pays homage to his fallen friend. RIP Chris Lighty.
B. Rhymes and T. Pizzle help out controversial reggae star Vybz Kartel on his latest.
Busta Rhymes sits in the Combat Jack Show. In part one of their interview, they speak on high school with Biggie and Jay-Z, tough love from Chuck D, and more.
Busta Rhymes presents the “all dudes” remix of “Twerk It”, which in all honesty, is a complete mess.
B. Rhymes grabs N. Minaj for the video to his remix of “Twerk It”.
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