Busta Rhymes
Rapper, hip hop musician
Busta Rhymes
Trevor Tahiem Smith, Jr. , better known by his stage name Busta Rhymes, is an American rapper, producer and actor. Chuck D of Public Enemy gave him the alias Busta Rhymes after NFL wide receiver George "Buster" Rhymes. Early in his career, he was known for his wild style and fashion, and today is best known for his highly skilled rapping technique, which involves rapping at a much faster rate, and to date has received eleven Grammy nominations for his musical work. About.
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Monday's Morning Email: How The Grammys Got Political
Huffington Post - 9 days
TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) HOW THE GRAMMYS GOT POLITICAL The 59th annual Grammys had a political undertone, from host James Corden’s jokes and Katy Perry’s “Persist” armband to Busta Rhymes’ commentary. The highlight of the night was Beyoncé killing her epic performance, which showcased her growing pregnancy. Twitter lost its mind after she brought the house down. Adele even gave her half of her award for Album of the Year, saying the queen should have won for “Lemonade.” Check out the full list of winners, as well as a breakdown of the pretty insane fashion rocked last night. [HuffPost] PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP YET TO DEFEND MIKE FLYNN The National Security Adviser’s tenure is increasingly “tenuous” as the White House has yet to make a statement following reports of Flynn’s contact with Russia. And here’s where this leaves the National Security Council. [NYT] RESIDENTS ORDERED TO EVACUATE AREA BELOW DAMAGED CALIFO ...
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Lin-Manuel Miranda Curated A Pandora Station For Fans Who Love Hip Hop AND Musical Theater
Huffington Post - 2 months
According to Billboard, “The Hamilton Mixtape” is currently the most popular album in America, hitting No. 1 on the charts last week. That makes the reveal of Pandora’s Lin-Manuel Miranda–curated station all the more appropriate. The station, available to listen to Monday, consists of songs from the mixtape, as well as other music hand-picked by the “Hamilton” creator. The station’s playlist includes songs like Tupac’s “Hit ‘Em Up,” Boogie Down Productions’ “Remix for P Is Free” and “The Sound of Music” from the very same musical. The diverse array of music represents the multifaceted sounds that influenced Miranda ― a lover of both hip-hop and musical theater ― growing up in the New York City neighborhood of Washington Heights. YOU CAN LISTEN TO THE STATION HERE. As many “Ham” fans know, “The Hamilton Mixtape” ended up coming after “Hamilton: An American Musical,” that wildly popular theater production created by Miranda and based on the life of statesman Alexander Hamil ...
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The Usher Track From 'The Hamilton Mixtape' Is Finally Here
Huffington Post - 3 months
On certain blessed days, when the clock strikes midnight, “Hamilton” fans everywhere have been programmed to leap from their beds, reach for their Spotify-ready devices, and blast the latest track off “The Hamilton Mixtape.”  Today is one of those days. And the newly available songs off the much anticipated record come from none other than Usher, Nas and “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda himself. So, the New Years Day Drop: Wait For It & Wrote My Way Out, roughly around Midnight Friday in YOUR TIME ZONE. WAIT FOR IT WAIT FOR IT WAIT — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 17, 2016 I spit 16 on Wrote My Way Out, so I'm anxious for you to hear it. #HamiltonMixtape — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 17, 2016 I know...I know. https://t.co/ql6s2RaeXM — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 17, 2016 Miranda has been teasing “Mixtape” drops all month. Early on Nov. 17, he told fans they could expect two ...
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Sia's Song From 'The Hamilton Mixtape' Is A Hair-Raising Version Of 'Satisfied'
Huffington Post - 3 months
As the U.S. election results poured in Tuesday night, Lin-Manuel Miranda took to Twitter to voice his reaction to the unexpected lead of Donald Trump. And when it became apparent that Trump would indeed become our next president-elect, the “Hamilton” creator gave his fans a small, but much-needed ray of hope: Oh, and we're DEFINITELY dropping some more Mixtape this week. That HAS to happen. Gnight! — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 9, 2016 Confirmed: two more #HamiltonMixtape tracks this week. ONE COULD NOT BE MORE TIMELY. #JustYouWait — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 9, 2016 Okay, we're dropping 2 new #HamiltonMixtape tracks tonight at or around midnight, wherever you are in the world. They are... — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 10, 2016 SATISFIED feat. @Sia, @IAMQUEENLATIFAH & @Miguel. IMMIGRANTS feat. @KNAAN @SnowThaProduct @rizmc @Residente. Can't wait. #HamiltonMixtape. — Lin- ...
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Hear Two New Songs From 'The Hamilton Mixtape'
NPR - 4 months
The long-teased collection of Hamilton covers, demos and reinventions includes a remixed "My Shot," featuring The Roots and Busta Rhymes, and Kelly Clarkson's version of "It's Quiet Uptown."
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The Full Tracklist For 'The Hamilton Mixtape' Is Finally Here
Huffington Post - 4 months
Hello hello hello! Been working on a mixtape for years. It's finished. You can pre-order it TOMORROW.#HamiltonMixtape pic.twitter.com/PcgluIUXw4 — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 3, 2016 As Broadway hero Lin-Manuel Miranda stated in a tweet earlier today, he’s been working on “The Hamilton Mixtape” for years. And his fans ― probably, the ones who celebrated #Hamilween earlier this fall ― are past patiently waitin’ for the record to drop.  Thankfully, the man who brought America’s first Secretary of the Treasury to the stage has good news: You can preorder the damn thing starting Friday, Nov. 4. But you can gaze upon “The Hamilton Mixtape” full tracklist (finally!) now. But wait there's more! #HamiltonMixtape pic.twitter.com/cguOx95N96 — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 3, 2016 There are tons of names to geek out over: The Roots are there, of course. Busta Rhymes, Sia, John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Nas. Regina Spektor and ...
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A Tribe Called Quest Announces Final Album
Wall Street Journal - 4 months
Busta Rhymes and Consequence will appear on the group's first studio album in 18 years.
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A Day In The Diamond District With Gabriel Jacobs, Jeweler To The Stars
Huffington Post - 9 months
We sat in the corner of Gabriel Jacob's New York City store Rafaello & Co. surrounded by pictures of his famous clients. Signed portraits of Jay-Z & athletic jerseys adorned the walls. When Floyd Mayweather and a slew of other stars are itching for ice, they seek out Gabe. In his own words, he's a fifteen year overnight success finally reaping the rewards of his efforts. During our talk his phone wouldn't stop going off. But he picked up only one of the calls. He gestured for everyone to quiet down before putting the phone on speaker. "Hello?" he said. "Are you coming home?" a young voice asked on the other end. "Daddy is doing an interview" "Oh okay... well can I call you back? I have another call" Needless to say, we couldn't hold back the laughter. "Even my own daughter has to call me back because she has another call!" he said. The conversation sums up Gabe pretty well. Despite the glamour & glitz of his industry, & the nonstop stream of incoming busi ...
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Obama meets with musicians on My Brother's Keeper
Yahoo News - 10 months
WASHINGTON (AP) — Musicians Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, Common, Janelle Monae and others met Friday with President Barack Obama to discuss ways to continue the administration's "My Brother's Keeper" initiative and spur criminal justice reform in the United States.
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'Hamilton' Casting Notice Reveals All The Musical's Original Inspirations
Huffington Post - 12 months
How does one describe the character of George Washington? You could use words like "powerful," "influential," "revolutionary," or "honest." But nothing beats the description Lin Manuel-Miranda's team used in an original casting notice for the hit musical "Hamilton":  Miranda's casting notes for Hamilton. https://t.co/uY0dM6ZFHt pic.twitter.com/GyfJ2cMI1n — southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) February 29, 2016 What better way to explain one of America's most beloved historical figures -- who is remembered as both sensitive and strong -- than by comparing him to an achingly soulful singer (John Legend) and the ultimate symbol of heroic leadership ("Lion Kings"'s Mufasa, obviously)? Such was the logic of "Hamilton," as outlined in the July 2014 notice, tweeted earlier this week. The list goes on. It describes Aaron Burr as a mix between the "Les Misérables" antagonist Javert and Mos Def; Hercules Mulligan as Busta Rhymes meets 1940s film star Donald O'Connor; Peggy Schuyler a ...
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25 Surprising Real Names Of Your Favorite Rappers
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Most rappers don't go by their given names when they hit the stage, and often for good reason. Somehow chanting Trevor Smith instead of Busta Rhymes just doesn't feel right for the turn-up.  While some hip-hop icons break the mold by actually using the name their parents gave them, like Kanye West or Tupac Shakur, it doesn't work out that way for many of our favorite MCs. For some hip-hop heavyweights, their alter-egos carry more than just stage presence. Their chosen names may hold sentimental value or represent their brand, and a few have even changed their legal names to their stage personas. But even some of the most devoted hip-hop fans don't know the real names behind the rappers whose music they love. Some of these names you may already know while others might surprise you. Here's our list of the 25 most surprising name revelations, but for the definitive list of rappers' real names, click through the slideshow down below.  Also On HuffPost:  (function(){var src ...
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Busta Rhymes sentenced to time served in protein shake incident
Reuters.com - over 1 year
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rapper Busta Rhymes pleaded guilty to a non-criminal harassment charge on Friday for throwing a protein drink at an employee at a New York City gym, prosecutors said.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Busta Rhymes
  • 2016
    Age 43
    In 2016, a movement to name a small, uninhabited lake island in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts after Busta Rhymes received viral publicity.
    More Details Hide Details The unofficial name of 'Busta Rhymes Island' was chosen by a town resident because the island has "rope-swinging, blueberries, and... stuff Busta would enjoy". A formal proposal was made to the U.S. Board on Geographic Names to officially change the island's name, but it was not accepted due to regulations regarding the naming of geographic places after living people. Rhymes has four children: T'Ziah (born 1993), T'Khi (born 1999), Trillian (born 2001), as well as a daughter, Mariah (born 1998)
  • 2014
    Age 41
    On July 23, 2014, Busta Rhymes announced that he left Cash Money Records due to creative differences and he is no longer on Republic.
    More Details Hide Details He was featured on "Devil" featuring Neon Hitch and B.o.B, a song by Cash Cash. It was released in August 2015.
  • 2013
    Age 40
    Busta Rhymes collaborated with Pharrell Williams, who produced the first single off his Cash Money Records debut, "Twerk It", which was released June 6, 2013.
    More Details Hide Details A video was shot in Flatbush on June 3, 2013. The official remix was released featuring Nicki Minaj.
  • 2012
    Age 39
    He also released a music video for the track "Doin' It Again" which features Reek da Villian and includes a tribute to his manager, Chris Lighty who committed suicide in 2012.
    More Details Hide Details He was later featured on YMCMB label mate Shannel's single, "Last Time". In 2011 it was announced that Universal Motown was going defunct forcing Rhymes and other artists to move to Universal Republic Records. In mid-2012, it was announced that Universal Republic Records was also going defunct, forcing artists on the roster to move to Republic Records, reviving the label. On December 21, 2012, members of The Conglomerate Ent., Busta along with J. Doe and Reek da Villan released a mixtape titled "Catastrophic", their first collective effort.
    A song with Twista, titled "Can You Keep Up" was leaked. Busta Rhymes was featured on Fat Joe's single "Pride & Joy" alongside Kanye West and Jadakiss. His ninth studio album, Year of the Dragon, was released for free on Google Play on August 21, 2012.
    More Details Hide Details The album features guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Trey Songz, Robin Thicke, Maino, Gucci Mane and more.
    In 2012, Busta collaborated with Jodie Connor, featuring on her single "Take You There", but he did not appear in the music video.
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  • 2011
    Age 38
    On September 7, 2011, Rhymes received six nominations for the BET Hip Hop Awards, held on October 11, 2011.
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    In 2011, Rhymes recorded "Look at Me Now" with Chris Brown and Lil Wayne on Brown's fourth album, F.A.M.E., the song has received favorable reviews regarding Rhymes guest verse on the song, and is his highest chart entry on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number six, while reaching number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, becoming his first #1 on that chart.
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    On November 16, 2011, it was announced that Busta Rhymes signed to Cash Money Records.
    More Details Hide Details For his debut single on the Cash Money label and his Conglomerate Records, he reunites with Chris Brown to make the aggressive single known as Why Stop Now.
    Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber featured Busta Rhymes on a song called "Drummer Boy" off Bieber's sophomore studio album, Under the Mistletoe, released on November 1, 2011.
    More Details Hide Details On November 11, 2011, a Heavy D tribute song titled "You Ain’t Gotta Wait Till I’m Gone" was leaked.
    Busta Rhymes contributed to the 2011 Tech N9ne album All 6's and 7's, performing vocals on the single, "Worldwide Choppers," released on May 31.
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    In 2011, Busta Rhymes performed at the Gathering of the Juggalos.
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    On May 1, 2011 Rhymes appeared on the launch show for MNET's Big Brother Africa 6: Amplified and performed some of his songs.
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  • 2010
    Age 37
    In 2010, Busta Rhymes formed his new label Conglomerate Records (With later on having rosters such as N.O.R.E., and Spliff Star).
    More Details Hide Details He was also featured on "C'mon (Catch 'Em By Surprise)" by Tiësto and Diplo.
    In an August 6, 2010 interview on Conspiracy Worldwide Radio, American hip hop producer DJ Premier, said Busta Rhymes received over eight beats which he didn't want to use but Premier hoped his next beat would be chosen for inclusion on the album.
    More Details Hide Details On DJ Premier's Live From Headqcourterz radio show Premier confirmed that one of his beats were to be included in E.L.E. 2.
    In May 2010, Busta Rhymes had reportedly changed the title of his ninth album from The Chemo to Extinction Level Event 2, making his ninth effort a sequel to his 1998 album Extinction Level Event (Final World Front).
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  • 2009
    Age 36
    In September 2009, Busta Rhymes had announced that he was working on his ninth studio album, alongside Canadian producer Boi-1da, entitled The Chemo.
    More Details Hide Details At the time, he stated that the project was 80% finished.
    It was later revealed that Busta inked a deal with Universal Motown, where he released his eighth studio album Back on My B.S., on May 19, 2009.
    More Details Hide Details The album debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200, selling 56,000 copies, and was his first album to not receive an RIAA certification, selling 122,000 copies to date. The album was supported by the singles "Arab Money", featuring Ron Browz, "Hustler's Anthem '09", featuring T-Pain and "Respect My Conglomerate". The song "World Go Round", featuring British singer Estelle, was released in France on April 6, 2009 due to the heavy rotation of a leaked version. The single was released in the UK on July 13, 2009. Busta Rhymes also appeared on Asher Roth's debut album Asleep in the Bread Aisle. Due to controversial content, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has banned the album. Back on My B.S. was released internationally, but because of one song, "Arab Money", it cannot be purchased as a CD there, although the album can still be purchased via iTunes. According to the National Media Council, the lyrics were considered to be offensive to Arabs and to Islam, and permission for distribution was therefore denied. Some DJs, artists and fans have lambasted the track, saying it portrays Arabs in a stereotypical way. The first part out of three of the remix by Rhymes contains verses from the Quran.
  • 2008
    Age 35
    He also made an original song ("Where's My Money") for a fictional radio station in the 2008 video game Grand Theft Auto IV.
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  • 2007
    Age 34
    On February 20, 2007, Busta Rhymes refused a plea deal offered by the prosecutor's office for the assault of his former driver, Edward Hatchett.
    More Details Hide Details The deal would have entailed six months in jail and pleading guilty to two assaults, the attack on Hatchett, and the attack on the former fan. The dispute with Hatchett is believed to have originated over back pay Hatchett felt he was owed. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Becki Rowe offered Busta another option, pleading guilty to third-degree assault. The conditions of the proposed sentence would include five days of community service, two weeks of youth lectures and six months of anger management classes, as well as three years of probation. On March 18, 2008 a judge in New York City sentenced Busta to three years probation, 10 days community service, $1250 in fines (plus court costs), and to enroll in a drunken driving program. On September 25, 2008, Busta Rhymes was temporarily refused entry to the United Kingdom due to "unresolved convictions".
    In 2007, Busta Rhymes released a song featuring Linkin Park, titled "We Made It".
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  • 2006
    Age 33
    On October 24, 2006, Busta Rhymes appeared at Manhattan Criminal Court as the district attorney's office attempted to amend previous charges against him to include weapons possession for a machete found in his car.
    More Details Hide Details The judge refused to add the charge and adjourned the case.
    On August 20, 2006, Busta Rhymes was arrested and arraigned for charges of third-degree assault after attacking a man who reportedly spat on his car in New York City on August 12 after the AmsterJam Music Festival on Randall's Island.
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  • 2004
    Age 31
    In 2004, he signed with American record producer and record executive Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment, through Interscope Records.
    More Details Hide Details Consequently, upon changing label, a new Flipmode album was cancelled and shelved. As a side note, Busta was also featured as a playable fighter in the 2004 Electronic Arts fighting game, Def Jam: Fight For NY. His seventh studio album, titled The Big Bang, became the first #1 album of his career. The CD sold over 209,000 copies in its first week to earn the top spot on the US Billboard 200. The album also became his highest charting album in the UK, peaking at #19. Some of the album was previously leaked online, and as a result several songs were left off the album and new ones added. The Big Bang features production by Dr. Dre and Swizz Beatz, as well as appearances by Raekwon and Nas. The album spawned the singles "Touch It", "I Love My Bitch", featuring Kelis and will.i.am, "New York Shit", featuring Swizz Beatz and "In The Ghetto". Busta Rhymes also had a stint opening for Mariah Carey's The Adventures of Mimi Tour. Also, he has performed with Eminem on "Touch It Remix Part 5" and performed a verse on the aforementioned rapper's song, "I'll Hurt You". On July 17, 2008, Busta left Interscope and Aftermath due to a creative clash with Interscope head Jimmy Iovine.
  • 2002
    Age 29
    In 2002, Busta Rhymes released his sixth studio album It Ain't Safe No More.
    More Details Hide Details The album was moderately successful, with a hit song featuring Mariah Carey and the Flipmode Squad titled "I Know What You Want". Another hit single was "Make It Clap", featuring Spliff Starr. The remix of "Make It Clap", features Sean Paul. After its release, Busta Rhymes left J Records.
  • 2001
    Age 28
    Genesis was powered by the hit single with Kelis, "What It Is", and his solo single released in November 2001, "Break Ya Neck".
    More Details Hide Details The final single was the summer smash "Pass the Courvoisier, Part II", which featured Pharrell and P. Diddy. Despite the success of the two singles, this album did not sell as well as previous releases. Fellow Flipmode members were featured, but minor changes in the roster were noted.
  • 2000
    Age 27
    In 2000, Busta Rhymes recorded his final album for Elektra, entitled Anarchy.
    More Details Hide Details After Busta signed to J Records, a label started by the then recently ousted Arista Records chief and founder Clive Davis, he released a greatest hits collection Total Devastation: The Best of Busta Rhymes, alongside a new album of original work. Continuing the Biblical theme of his previous albums, he titled his record Genesis. The album featured collaborations with Mary J. Blige, P. Diddy, Kelis, and others.
  • 1998
    Age 25
    In 1998, Busta Rhymes recorded Extinction Level Event (Final World Front).
    More Details Hide Details Its lead single "Gimme Some More" — which sampled Bernard Herrmann's theme from Psycho — reached number 6 in the UK singles chart in January 1999. Busta Rhymes enjoyed further transatlantic success in April, when the single "What's It Gonna Be?! ", featuring Janet Jackson, reached the US and UK Top 11. The album received prominent notice for featuring the fastest rapping Busta Rhymes has ever performed, particularly on a song called "Iz They Wildin Wit Us?", featuring a guest appearance by Mystikal. That same year, the Flipmode Squad released their group album, and from there, they continued to collaborate.
  • 1997
    Age 24
    Later, he started work on his second album, When Disaster Strikes, which would not be released until September 1997.
    More Details Hide Details It produced the hit singles "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See" and "Fire It Up".
  • 1995
    Age 22
    In the summer of 1995, Busta Rhymes began working on his solo debut album The Coming, and a month after recording the album, he released it in March 1996.
    More Details Hide Details A month before the album was released, he broke out with a hit single, "Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check".
    Some or neither of the collaborations came to fruition, and Rhymes begun recording what would be his debut studio album in late 1995.
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  • 1994
    Age 21
    By late 1994, after making appearances on the single "Oh My God" with A Tribe Called Quest, he teamed up with Puff Daddy, LL Cool J, Rampage and former classmate The Notorious B.I.G., on a remix to Craig Mack's hit "Flava In Ya Ear", soon after he would team up again with The Notorious B.I.G. among a plethora of rappers such as Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and Coolio on a posse cut, "The Points" which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1995 film Panther.
    More Details Hide Details At this time, Rhymes engaged in a memorable freestyle battle rap with the late Ol' Dirty Bastard, rapping the first few verses of his future breakout debut single "Woo-Hah!! " in early 1995. Rhymes also worked on unreleased material with Diddy, The Notorious B.I.G., The LOX, Fugees, Mary J. Blige, Foxy Brown, Mase, Jay-Z, Michael Jackson, DMX, Lil' Kim and Snoop Dogg.
  • 1993
    Age 20
    In early 1993, he appeared in a cameo role in Who's the Man? with his fellow LONS group members.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, he appeared as part of an ensemble cast in the Forest Whitaker-directed HBO film Strapped which also starred rapper and actor Fredro and Bokeem Woodbine and co-starred alongside Ice Cube and Omar Epps in the John Singleton film, Higher Learning.
  • 1992
    Age 19
    By the summer of 1992, Rhymes began making guest appearances on songs by several artists such as Big Daddy Kane, Another Bad Creation, The Notorious B.I.G., Brand Nubian, A Tribe Called Quest, KRS-One, as well on the interludes to Mary J. Blige's debut What's the 411? and R&B trio TLC's Diamond-certified second album CrazySexyCool.
    More Details Hide Details He also appeared on the album jacket of fellow hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest's Midnight Marauders, with a host of other fellow hip-hop pioneers.
    In early 1992, the group appeared on A Tribe Called Quest's posse cut "Scenario," in which Busta Rhymes's climactic verse propelled him into the cultural consciousness.
    More Details Hide Details In 1993, they released T.I.M.E. (The Inner Mind's Eye). Soon after, however, internal problems arose because of Busta Rhymes's increasing popularity, and the group broke up on the set of Yo! MTV Raps.
  • 1990
    Age 17
    At age 12, he moved to Uniondale, Long Island, and later moved to the United Kingdom, spending time in Liverpool and Morecambe, England, before returning to the United States to attend Uniondale High School, graduating in 1990.
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  • 1989
    Age 16
    Leaders of the New School began recording in late 1989 and released their debut album A Future Without a Past in 1991 on Elektra Records.
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  • 1972
    Busta Rhymes was born Trevor Taheim Smith, Jr., in Brooklyn, New York, on May 20, 1972 to Geraldine Green and Trevor Smith, who are from Jamaica.
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