Pharrell was on an eternal conquest during his Coachella set last night (April 19) to prove his has more star power than Orion’s Belt. The future host of NBC’s The Voice brought out some of the biggest names featured in his discography including Jay Z, T.I. Pusha T and Usher.
Production team Sean C and LV are releasing their Loud Dreams Vol. 1 mixtape today, March 25. But before then, the duo revealed one final release featuring Busta Rhymes, titled “Bus Stop.”
Thanks to a very strict cultural code, being a bona fide Hip-Hop star takes a great deal of skill in making the record creating business look easy.
UPDATE: The official artwork for The Abstract and The Dragon has hit the Internets. See it after the jump. Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip, a duo with a well documented history of collaborations, have announced plans to drop a mixtape called The Abstract and The Dragon. Yes, you read that right.
Busta Rhymes dropped a certified feel-good record in his Q-Tip, Lil Wayne, and Kanye West-assisted single “Thank You.” Today, the veteran MC builds on the track’s bubbling popularity by debuting an accompanying visual.
Busta Rhymes is priming ears for his upcoming album on Cash Money Records, E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) 2, and the general of the Conglomerate lets loose a fresh jewel from the record. The latest single “Thank You” features longtime collaborator Q-Tip, with some choice adlibs from Lil Wayne and Kanye West as well.
Urban legend told us selling beaucoup records in the industry before digital music was introduced was relatively easy. The actual numbers tell us differently.
Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of mogul Chris Lighty‘s passing. The co-founder of Violator Management, all around conduit for Hip-Hop culture, and a host of other things was one of the few truly standup guys in the industry, leaving many shocked and distraught that he would allegedly take his own life.
Busta Rhymes ups the ante on his latest single “Twerk It” by loading Vybz Kartel, Ne-Yo, T.I., Jeremih, and French Montana onto the remix.
Busta Rhymes fans will be happy to know that the veteran wordsmith is readying the release of his long awaited album, E.L.E. Pt. 2. With the announcement comes an accompanying trailer inspired by the artwork from the 1998 original.