On April 21st, Maureen “Ma Dukes” Yancey will release the J Dilla project Motor City that serves as a letter to her son with 19 previously unreleased Dilla instrumentals. One of those instrumentals was handled by J-Rocc of the Beat Junkies, who put some a capellas from Q-Tip and Busta Rhymes over the beat. Enjoy the byproduct of that session.
A Tribe Called Quest took to the Grammy stage and made a bold statement with their performance. With Busta Rhymes and Anderson .Paak joining the fray, the legendary group rolled through some classics and dropped a bomb with a chant of resistance while Bussa Buss had some words for the current POTUS.
Juelz Santana is back with a vengeance and has been dropping nothing but heat for the past few weeks. This time around he rounds up a group of legends on “Ol Thang Back” that finds Santana rhyming alongside Method Man, Redman, Busta Rhymes and Jadakiss.
Fresh off of his stellar outing on A Tribe Called Quest’s final album, Busta Rhymes connects with Swizz Beatz and drops “Aaahhhh.”
A Tribe Called Quest continue to ride the wave of success from their final album We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service and hit Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform “Dis Generation” with Busta Rhymes.
Joell Ortiz and Busta Rhymes joined The Roots for a performance of “My Shot” off of The Hamilton mixtape on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
A mixtape for the Broadway play “Hamilton” will drop on November 2nd and we get a taste of what the project has to offer with The Roots, Busta Rhymes and Joell Ortiz on “My Shot.”
Tim Westwood continues dropping the dopeness from back in the day as he releases this vaulted freestyle from Flipmode Squad members Spliff Star and Busta Rhymes.
MF Doom and Busta Rhymes bless a classic J Dilla instrumental from Dilla’s Jay Loves Japan project with BJ The Chicago Kid also popping in for a cameo.
Back in 2013, Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip joined forces to drop a very dope project titled “The Abstract & The Dragon.” Two years later, Bussa Bus drops the sequel even though Q-Tip seems to be on a hiatus for the follow up. But even without The Abstract, Busta Rhymes employs the likes of Chance the Rapper, Fabolous, Raekwon, DOOM, Roc Marci, BJ the Chicago Kid, Black Milk, Pharrell, Wiz Khalifa, Mary J Blige, and a reunion with Leaders Of The New School. Yes, you must listen to this now.