Busta Rhymes latest LP, "It Aint Safe No
More," has arrived in stores several days earlier than the scheduled release
date. The LP, which officially drops tomorrow (Nov. 26), has turned up in various
stores across the country.
"I have no idea [how they got it],"
Busta told AllHipHop.com. "As long as they have it, its all good. This
dude came up to me with an official copy wanting an autograph!"
Meanwhile Busta turned up in Cape Town, South
Africa with P. Diddy, to support World AIDS Day, which takes place December
More than two billion people from 166 countries
in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and Russia will watch
MTV's "Staying Alive Concert." Busta performed the hit single, "Pass
The Courvoisier," with Diddy.
"Once you know about it, it's almost like
being an accessory to the genocide if you just turn your back on it," Diddy
said of AIDS. "I don't think you see enough of this story in your face.
There are millions and millions of people that are dying and a lot of it is
black people that are dying at this high rate."
More than 20,000 people came out to see Diddy,
Usher, Alicia Keys and various other acts give performances.