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Busta Rhymes ft. Janet Jackson - What's It Gonna Be?!

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From the album "Extinction Level Event - The Final World Front" (1998)
Trevor George Smith Jr., known professionally as Busta Rhymes, is a rapper, singer, musician, record producer, record executive, and actor. Chuck D of Public Enemy gave him the moniker Busta Rhymes, after NFL and CFL wide receiver George "Buster" Rhymes. He is best known for his outlandish style and fashion sense depicted in several innovative Hip hop music videos as well as his intricate rhyming technique, rapping at high speed with heavy use of internal rhyme and half rhyme making him one of the fastest rappers of all time. He has received 11 Grammy Award nominations for his work.
Solo albums include the 1996 album The Coming. Hit singles include "Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check", "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See", "Dangerous", "Turn It Up (Remix)/Fire It Up", "Gimme Some More", "What's It Gonna Be?", "Pass the Courvoisier, Part II", "I Know What You Want" and "Touch It".
Busta Rhymes was born Trevor George Smith Jr. in Brooklyn, New York City, New York on May 20, 1972 to Geraldine Green and Trevor Smith Sr. who are from Jamaica. 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. Rhymes attended George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School in Brooklyn with future rappers such as The Notorious B.I.G and Jay Z, as well as attending Samuel J. Tilden High School with Special Ed and Chip Fu of Fu-Schnickens. Rhymes later graduated from Uniondale High School in Long Island in 1990.
In 1989, Smith, alongside fellow Long Island natives Charlie Brown, Dinco D and Cut Monitor Milo, formed the East Coast hip hop group Leaders of the New School. The group's big break was when they became an opening act for hip hop group Public Enemy. Public Enemy's Chuck D gave Busta Rhymes and Charlie Brown their respective stage names. 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. In early 1992, the group appeared on A Tribe Called Quest's posse cut "Scenario" In 1993, they released T.I.M.E. (The Inner Mind's Eye). Smith gained popularity from his advanced rhymes as well as his unique style that was not common of many New York rap artists at the time. Raised by two Jamaican parents, Smith embraced his heritage in his music and image as an artist. Smith was the only member of the group to wear dreads and use Jamaican slang, or Jamaican Patois, in his raps. Smith's unique style added an element to the group that allowed for rapid success. 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.
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 second album CrazySexyCool. 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 1993, he appeared in a cameo role in Who's the Man? with his fellow Leaders of the New School group members. That same year, he appeared as part of an ensemble cast in the Forest Whitaker-directed 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.
In mid-1994, Rhymes continued to make guest appearances such as 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 song "Flava In Ya Ear", soon after he would team up again with The Notorious B.I.G. with 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. At this time, Rhymes engaged in a freestyle battle rap with 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 artists such as Nas and Mary J. Blige. Some or neither of the collaborations came to fruition, and Rhymes begun recording what would be his debut studio album in late 1995.
In the summer of 1995, Busta Rhymes began working on his solo debut album The Coming, and a month after recording was completed, he released it in March 1996. A month before the album was released, he broke out with a hit single, "Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check". Later, he started work on his second album, When Disaster Strikes, which would not be released until September 1997. It produced the hit singles "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See" and "Fire It Up".

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Who would be down for a full on Busta Rhymes week on UPROXX Video?

by UPROXX Video 1 year ago

Whoโ€™s watching this again because of the 85 south show ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿฝโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿฝโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿฝโ€โ™‚๏ธ

by Eric Phillips 1 month ago

Who else is here after Ciaraโ€™s and Russellโ€™s Halloween tribute? ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿพโ€โ™€๏ธ

by Cillaa x 3 weeks ago

85 South Show brought me back here. Busta Rhymes episode

by Tony Buckzz 1 month ago

Ciara and Russell did Busta and Janet justice. Busta and Missy deserve TITLES for having the best music videos. The creativity.

by Goldenxronnie 3 weeks ago

Everyone talking about WAP, meanwhile Janet was showing off the whole room she had soaked back in 1998

by spoonyluv19 2 months ago

Never realized but Janet was really rocking that goth look.

by Ramon Tragedy 3 months ago

Whoโ€™s here in Coronavirus 2020?

by Tsetsi 6 months ago

I dont care what nobody say!!!!Janet a freak ...๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜ซ๐Ÿคค

by La'Shonda Watson 1 month ago

I play this song often but I'm back for the "cock rings" 85%

by Malika Zaiahna 1 month ago

The good olโ€™ days when labels used to spend millions of dollars on music videos.

by Darth Jonez 3 weeks ago

Who's here after seeing Ciara and Russell Wilson killed their Halloween costume....lol

by tyjumpharris 3 weeks ago

Busta should be put in the same category as Missy for his contribution to the music video. He has so many iconic videos.

by nolsolano 1 year ago

Whoโ€™s here because of Ciara & Russellโ€™s Halloween post๐Ÿ˜ซโค๏ธ?

by Karl Francis 3 weeks ago

Who came here after watching the 85 south comedy show?

by Alika Sunshine 1 month ago

I see why TI didnโ€™t wanna battle him lol, heโ€™s easy top 10 rappers of all times

by Bang 2 weeks ago

Who's listening to this during Quarantine.

by Shayla Hawkins 7 months ago

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