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Busta Rhymes

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Busta Rhymes, Lloyd Banks & Papoose  Touch It   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes & Swizz Beatz  New York Shit   buy on itunes
Leaders of the New School  What's Next   buy on itunes
Leaders of the New School  Syntax Era   buy on itunes
LL Cool J & Busta Rhymes  Starsky and Hutch   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes  Bounce   buy on itunes
Joe Budden & Busta Rhymes  Fire (Yes, Yes Y'all)   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes  You Ain't F***in' Wit Me   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes  C'mon All My Niggaz, C'mon All My Bitches   buy on itunes
Freeway  Walk Wit Me (feat. Busta Rhymes & Jadakiss)   buy on itunes
Elephant Man  The Way We Roll (feat. Busta Rhymes & Shaggy) [Remix]   buy on itunes
Hi-Tek featuring Busta Rhymes, Common, J Dilla, Marsha Ambrosius & Nas  Music for Life   buy on itunes
KMD  Nitty Gritty (remix)   buy on itunes
Q-Tip  N.T. (feat. Busta Rhymes)   buy on itunes
A Tribe Called Quest  One Two Sh*t   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip  For the Nasty   buy on itunes
A Tribe Called Quest featuring Busta Rhymes  Oh My God   buy on itunes
A Tribe Called Quest  Steppin' It Up (feat. Busta Rhymes & Redman)   buy on itunes
Keith Murray  Yeah (feat. Busta Rhymes, Redman, Erick Sermon, and Jamal)   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes, Keith Murray & Kell Vicious  On Smash   buy on itunes
Wu-Tang Clan  The Monument (feat. Busta Rhymes)   buy on itunes
Tha Liks  Bully Foot   buy on itunes
Xzibit  Tough Guy   buy on itunes
Mystikal  Whacha Want, Wahcha Need   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes & Ol' Dirty Bastard  Where's Your Money   buy on itunes

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Busta Rhymes was just 17 when he formed the highly influential Long Island group Leaders of the New School. With a sound that's much more [i]old school[/i] (see the trunk-rattling boom-bap beats of "What's Next" and "Syntax Era") than his solo material, the Leaders were actually part of the Native Tongues clique that included such future Busta collaborators as A Tribe Called Quest, Mos Def, De La Soul, and Common. Speaking of A.T.C.Q., our Deep Cuts makes Busta Rhymes seem like its unofficial fourth member, bringing some booming hardcore hip-hop grit to the jazzy backing tracks of "One Two Sh*t," "Steppin' It Up," and a classic "Oh My God" remix.
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