One of the most touching performances at the 2012 BET Hip-Hop Awards was the tribute to Chris Lighty, the visionary manager of hip-hop stars, who died from an apparent suicide in September. The tribute was a powerful display of unity among rappers rarely seen in the genre.
Veteran rhyme-slinger Fat Joe gathers hip-hop heavyweights Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled and others for his star-studded video for 'Pride N Joy,' his new single from his still-untitled eleventh studio album. R&B artists Miguel and Ashanti make a guest appearance in the clip as well.
Sean Kingston is back with a new song as part of his new weekly music series "Feed the Streets," in which he drops new music every Thursday. To help kick off his series, he grabs fellow yardie Busta Rhymes for the song 'How We Survive.'
When Busta Rhymes flips a remix he does it big. On the remix for his new single 'Why Stop Now,' the newly-signed Cash Money artist grabs Missy Elliott and Lil Wayne to create an explosive rap trifecta.
Rapper Busta Rhymes reteams with his 'Look At Me Now' partner-in-rhyme Chris Brown for his latest video 'Why Stop Now.' The clip also reunites Rhymes with legendary videographer Hype Williams who has helmed some of the veteran rhyme-slinger's most influential videos in the '90s.
Justin Bieber and Busta Rhymes, like LMFAO, are welcoming back the NBA in a big, big way. The league underwent a lengthy lockout that nearly saw the season canceled, but the 2011-2012 season kicked off on Christmas. While it's a shortened season, the excitement is in the air. For their promo, the Biebs and Busta perform their rendition of the holiday classic 'Little Drummer Boy.'
Guess who's back? Ashanti makes a grand return with a bumping new song called 'The Woman You Love.' After being on a major label for several years, the R&B songbird has relaunched her career and is going the independent route with her imprint Written Entertainment through a new deal with eOne Music.
Rapper Ace Hood is back on his grind with a new song that has the Internet going nuts and rightfully so. The sinister-sounding 'S--- Got Real' features two of the top spitters in the game -- Busta Rhymes and Yelawolf. The Renegades-produced track will appear on Hood's upcoming mixtape 'The Statement 2,' which hits outlets on Dec. 9.
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