Busta Rhymes Reunites Janet Jackson, Q-Tip On New Track "Poetic Justice"
(AllHipHop News) Rapper Busta Rhymes has reunited Q-Tip and Janet Jackson on a new track fittingly titled "Poetic Justice."
Although Jackson is absent from the song, the pair come together on the track, which takes a sample from Jackson's song "Anytime, Anyplace."
The tune is taken from Busta Rhymes's upcoming mixtape "Catastrophic."
Both rappers reminisce over their experiences working with Janet Jackson.
Busta Rhymes worked with her on the set of the risqué video "What's It Gonna Be," a video which cost the rapper spent over $2 million to make.
Q-Tip starred with Janet Jackson in a famous opening scene of the movie "Poetic Justice."
Fans of the 1993 movie "Poetic Justice" will recall the famous love scene between Q-Tip and Janet Jackson.
Tip was featured in the opening of the movie, but his character was shot and killed, making the way for Tupac's role of "Lucky."
On Q-Tip's verse, he reveals his passion for Janet Jackson and offers up some inside information, since he smoked marijuana blunts with Tupac in his trailer, as they shot the film.
"Poetic Justice" is the latest single from the "Catastrophic" mixtape.
The 16-track mixtape features a variety of artists lending support to Busta Rhymes, who recently signed with Cash Money Records.
Artists like Reek Da Villian, J-Doe, Trinidad James, DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar, Dom Kennedy and others check in on the mixtape, which is due to be released in the coming weeks.
Check out the artwork for "Catastrophic" below: