Note to self, don’t mess with Busta Rhymes.
Busta Rhymes recently laid out his retirement plans. And the legendary rapper isn’t going anywhere!
Busta Rhymes and DaBaby trade bars over a classic Bun B beat that lets T-Pain croon effortlessly over the hook.
The former publisher of The Source also goes after Angie Martinez for a recent interview with his daughter.
Busta Rhymes announced a fall release date for his upcoming album “Blockbusta” in a video update with his co-executive producers.
Politicians acknowledge the “Woo-hah” rapper’s impact on the world.
The “This is New York” rhymer continues to receive praise from Hip Hop stars.
Busta Rhymes explains how Hip-Hop helped shape and mold his life. Read more.
Busta Rhymes watched Tupac Shakur choke a sound guy after Leaders of the New School showed up late for a soundcheck.
The “Players” hitmaker says the upcoming visuals will be a “movie.”
Legacy emcee shares his most vulnerable thoughts about what having his children present at the BET Awards meant to him as a father.
Busta Rhymes credits Pharrell and Swizz Beatz with helping him make some “very serious changes” during a really rough phase of his life.
Missy Elliott thanked Busta Rhymes for appearing on her first album and praised the NYC icon for his “classic” contributions.
Busta Rhymes addressed his peers during his acceptance speech, pleading with rappers to “stop these little petty beefs that we be doing.”
Coi Leray, Swizz Beatz, M.O.P., and more will take part in a tribute performance.
Busta Rhymes promises to “shift the culture” with his new album, co-produced by a legendary quartet of beat makers.
The Instagram clip arrived on Friday (May 12) and shows the rapper shedding tears over the state of the world.
Rain could not stop the party from happening at Pharrell’s Something in the Water festival in Virginia this weekend. Take a look!
The Hip Hop legend jumps on the popular track.
“He was Omaha’s last real jazz musician from the days of North Omaha being a music town,” longtime friend/mentee Paul Allen IV tells AllHipHop. “But he was a real musician, so he played all styles of music throughout the years. He cared about teaching young people and stood for the excellence that this town was known for in its heyday. He held everyone up to that standard until the end and called them out if they fell short.”