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Video: Busta Rhymes’ Definitive Style Profile

Busta Rhymes talks to Dr. Jays’ Boss Lady:

One of hip-hop’s true style icons, Busta talks extensively about his fashion inspirations from the beginning of his career till now – from Leaders of the New School to 1996’s The Coming to “Pass The Courvoisier” with Diddy to cutting off his dreadlocks plus his elaborate jewelry collection and more.

Previously: Busta Rhymes – Busta TV (Trailer) (Video)


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55 Responses to “Video: Busta Rhymes’ Definitive Style Profile”

  1. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    *daps Nahmaicans*

    fucking T.I.

    cause in this capitalist society, money is all – Pharcyde

  2. sean coonery Says:

    T.I is only getting two months..

    Applaud that nigger for snitching and cooperating.

  3. sean coonery Says:

    light skin niggas > dark skin niggas

  4. CiCi The Intern Says:

    I’ll be damned…J.Cole destroyed the Dead Presidents beat. Sheesh.

  5. AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don't Fail Me Now Says:

    I aint sayin’ that it’s right but I don’t blame ‘em. If NYC supported their own then they wouldn’t be suffering.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    I whole heartedly agree with this.

    8 millie in the metropolitan and a ninja can’t move units in the first week? Either it’s crab in the barrell OR…They just aint feelin’ it. Not hard to believe.
    ========================================
    It’s a combination of both. New Yorkers have been brainwashed into believing that South shit is hot. I mean, it’s good to party too butfor the most part, there’s very little substance coming out the South.

  6. Harlem World Says:

    light skin niggas > dark skin niggas

    ^^^

    Thats the kind of shit hoes and homos discuss.

  7. D_Block_4_life Says:

    O k k k k k

  8. KzA Says:

    34. jimmy valentime Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:07 pm

    I can hear punch-ins and was oblivious to them before

    There a real bad punch on best I ever had that fuck up the song for me
    ^^

    Don’t kno exactly what the term “punch in” refers to, but you talkin bout when that “when my album drops bitches will buy it for the picture” line comes in?

  9. D. Billz Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don’t Fail Me Now Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    DTR > everything curtis did after GRODT (with the exception of Sabrina’s Baby Boy mixtape)
    ===================================
    See, to say that just tosses logic out the window.

    The Massacre is = or > then Deeper Then Rap

    ^WHOSE logic though?

    The new “trap” is far more entertaining than the new “I’ll kill every nigga in front of the bodega” rap. The Massacre was actually not bad to me (especially Baltimore Love Thing), but the so-called “crossover” joints sound severely dated these days. But DTR just has a better flow as far as the tracks. Cohesive. I can see people liking this album for a long time.

  10. Jersey*made*me Says:

    As far as the south being justified in that …i don’t know. Maybe Cookies & Applejuice could be hott in the club but what’s really good with NY right now?

    ^^
    It’s just the south’s turn that’s all.I remember northern niggas would laugh at you for playing something southern.And you couldn’t get a deal if you were from the south.They felt the same way niggas up top feel now.The thing is you gotta be careful how you treat niggas when they’re down.Cali is a prime example.They acted funny when Cali was poppin and now look at the state of hip hop out there.

  11. "A" Chick Le Fleur Says:

    CiCi The Intern Says:

    May 18th, 2009 at 9:15 pm
    I’ll be damned…J.Cole destroyed the Dead Presidents beat. Sheesh.
    ————-
    He was flowin but the lyrics still couldn’t hold my attention.
    Did he get any shots or quotables in?

  12. Jersey*made*me Says:

    That wasn’t a rumor, that was fact. Liquor is the Devil’s poison, I’m telling you lol

    ^^
    LMAO.

  13. Voltron Says:

    # jimmy valentime Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    Guess who’s back> power of the dollar

    ^

    no

    if you’re gonna reach then POTD = GWB

  14. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    I would listen to T.I.’s music again if he did an album with Dre..

    I still cant stop playin This is Detox

  15. sean coonery Says:

    myspace.com/dolla
    ^This nigga got killed in a LA mall…he from Konvict music

    He had one hit…and he known for knocking out 2 pistols

  16. D. Billz Says:

    Basically the debate here is albums that can appeal to audiences AND have longevity on the iPod.

    Honestly, it aint many that came out in the last year that can do both. Either they have major radio spins and no longevity (majority of the South) or some great content but just doesn’t appeal to the masses (majority of the East).

    The MidWest is winning right now.

  17. "A" Chick Le Fleur Says:

    Don’t kno exactly what the term “punch in” refers to, but you talkin bout when that “when my album drops bitches will buy it for the picture” line comes in?
    —————
    Nah i think he referin to a slight interruption in the song cause I heard it too. Sounds like the pieced 2 different sessions together. Made me wonder why they didn’t smooth it out since the rest of the album’s production was perfection.

  18. D_Block_4_life Says:

    DTR is one hell of an album, like Ease said, it’s probably the best produced album since the Documentary.

    Just my thoughts…

  19. AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don't Fail Me Now Says:

    The new “trap” is far more entertaining than the new “I’ll kill every nigga in front of the bodega” rap.
    ==========================================
    That’s only because New York has dominated the game for so long, cats want a new sound. I understand it. Problem is, New York artists have had to adjust and while struggling to get Southern love, New York has lost it’s identity. The sound has to evolve, but not into some faux-Southern shit.

    As inspired as T.I. might have been from Southern artists, he learned to rap like that by listening to New York MC’s.

  20. jimmy valentime Says:

    @ kza

    Yeah that shit comes from nowhere…

    A punch in is whena rapper

    Punch’s in a part of a verse..

    Rappers who freestyle they shyt in the booth

    Do two bars …stop … Play back do two bars

    Repeat..

  21. KzA Says:

    ^Don’t kno exactly what the term “punch in” refers to, but you talkin bout when that “when my album drops bitches will buy it for the picture” line comes in?
    —————
    Nah i think he referin to a slight interruption in the song cause I heard it too. Sounds like the pieced 2 different sessions together. Made me wonder why they didn’t smooth it out since the rest of the album’s production was perfection.

    ^^

    Listen to the track real quick…that line sounds dropped in out of nowhere

  22. kevFRESH this CHESS not CHECKERS chuckie. now bust a stupid dope move & beat it scram! Says:

    DTR is one hell of an album

    ^^^

    yes it is sir. RAWSERS!

  23. D. Billz Says:

    For better or worse (mostly the latter), it’s THEIR turn. Our country cousins are reveling in success finally.

    Speaking of Cam’ron… he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now, and Curtis shares about 35% of that. Breakin’ up the Roc and pitting East Coast artists against one another, respectively, is a major factor for the current climate.

    And poor ol’ Philly. Jesus F. Christ of Nazarath. So much talent but can’t get off the ground.

  24. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=SMsKdyJd_cw

    is the jerkin it( pause) movement popular anywhere outside of california?

  25. Jersey*made*me Says:

    And poor ol’ Philly. Jesus F. Christ of Nazarath. So much talent but can’t get off the ground.

    ^^

    Yo where the hell is Ms. Jade? Shorty was dope and jumpable.

  26. AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don't Fail Me Now Says:

    Speaking of Cam’ron… he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now
    ================================
    You gotta elaborate on this.

  27. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    Listen to the track real quick…that line sounds dropped in out of nowhere

    ^^

    it is,

    his voice is in a different pitcha and everything…but i thought it fit with the mood…like those verses is extra agressive (for a half jewish light skinted nigga anwyay) so i thought it was intentional

    LF: Justin Timberlakes album that Timbaland made is the best RnB album of the last 5 years or so

    *straight face*

  28. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Speaking of Cam’ron… he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now, and Curtis shares about 35% of that. Breakin’ up the Roc and pitting East Coast artists against one another, respectively, is a major factor for the current climate.
    ^
    Solid argument.

  29. Jersey*made*me Says:

    is the jerkin it( pause) movement popular anywhere outside of california?

    ^^
    Hell yeah.I fuck with it hard body when she bleeding.

  30. Eastern_Digital Says:

    DTR is one hell of an album, like Ease said, it’s probably the best produced album since the Documentary.

    ^^
    100% co-sign

  31. A tribe called quest aka Bitch, Im the space invader Says:

    Busta and Jim must have the same douchebag stylist

  32. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Speaking of Cam’ron… he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now, and Curtis shares about 35% of that. Breakin’ up the Roc and pitting East Coast artists against one another, respectively, is a major factor for the current climate.
    ^
    Solid argument.

    ^^
    Indeed

  33. D. Billz Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don’t Fail Me Now Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:21 pm

    The new “trap” is far more entertaining than the new “I’ll kill every nigga in front of the bodega” rap.
    ==========================================
    That’s only because New York has dominated the game for so long, cats want a new sound. I understand it. Problem is, New York artists have had to adjust and while struggling to get Southern love, New York has lost it’s identity. The sound has to evolve, but not into some faux-Southern shit.

    ^Dipset had that market on LOCK. Cam and Jim fucked that ALLLL up. East Coast artists with Southern appeal (gaudy jewelry, loud ass clothes, etc). Also, cats need to take a page out of Webstar’s book and find out how to get a party moving (using his own Uptown style). They don’t have to emulate, but having the DJ as the party-starter has died in NYC (so it seems). Cutting and blending records for mixtapes alone isn’t gonna cut it.

    >>As inspired as T.I. might have been from Southern artists, he learned to rap like that by listening to New York MC’s.

    ^Most of them dudes learned how to rap from the East. But that’s smart, because they actually studied our sound while we were too busy laughing at them and mocking their culture. Jeezy, Ro$$, Flip, Banner, T.I. and RichBoy came out the gate with just hard bars.

  34. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now, and Curtis shares about 35% of that

    ^^

    not quite..i mean 50 kinda singlehandedly ruined the Dips….and Dipset was NY’s best shot at staying on top. When they fell apart it was kind of a wrap for the city…

    so u can go ahead and place all the blame on 50

  35. Digital Scales Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=JQtgymRt2LI

    d blocks ex chee-ya

  36. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Speaking of Cam’ron… he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now, and Curtis shares about 35% of that. Breakin’ up the Roc and pitting East Coast artists against one another, respectively, is a major factor for the current climate
    ^
    co-sign

    the east had a nice run of crews at the beginning of the decade if they’d of kept putting out music there could’ve been some classics

    Dipset (broken up)
    State Prop (broken up)
    G-Unit (people only care about 50 now)
    D-Block
    DJ Clue and the Desert Storm

  37. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    Busta, Cam and Jim must have the same douchebag stylist

    *fixed

    *daps tribe*

  38. KzA Says:

    I love the Dips more than anyone (nh) and most of their shit is just straight classic shit to bang….

    But they couldnt have gone THAT much longer even in full force. The Heatmakerz HAD to be close to runnin out of squeeky voices to sample.

  39. A tribe called quest aka Bitch, Im the space invader Says:

    *daps shot clock*

  40. D. Billz Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don’t Fail Me Now Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:26 pm

    Speaking of Cam’ron… he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now
    ================================
    You gotta elaborate on this.

    ^A Jay-Z/Rocafella cosign was about as strong as a bottle of Sex Panther back then. Yeah, I agree that Dame went too far in trying to make him VP. But Cam was not tactful about how he addressed the situation and making it public. I think if he, Jay, and Dame would’ve sat behind closed doors and talked it out like men then the situation could’ve been settled…

    Which brings me to Camel… because he’s not innocent either. I don’t know what % of it to blame on him, but he stopped cosigning East Coast rap and then the next thing you know Jeezy and Ro$$ got label deals. Nothin’ wrong with that, but it should’ve been just as much push and artist development for everybody else in their hometown. I say Camel shares about another 25% of that blame too.

  41. D_Block_4_life Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=JQtgymRt2LI

    d blocks ex chee-ya
    ^
    Cono brothel

  42. Harlem World Says:

    Speaking of Cam’ron… he’s about 40% of the reason why the East Coast is in shambles now, and Curtis shares about 35% of that. Breakin’ up the Roc and pitting East Coast artists against one another, respectively, is a major factor for the current climate.

    And poor ol’ Philly. Jesus F. Christ of Nazarath. So much talent but can’t get off the ground.

    ^^^
    Co-sign x1000

  43. AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don't Fail Me Now Says:

    not quite..i mean 50 kinda singlehandedly ruined the Dips….and Dipset was NY’s best shot at staying on top. When they fell apart it was kind of a wrap for the city…

    so u can go ahead and place all the blame on 50
    ===================================
    50 ain’t singlehandedly ruin shit.

  44. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Niggas act like it’s a funeral for the east coast.Lyricism is making a comeback and truth be told,the east is still superior lyrically.Let’s not read too much into beats and gimmiicks.

  45. Hoskins Says:

    LF: Justin Timberlakes album that Timbaland made is the best RnB album of the last 5 years or so

    ^^^^ Ursher- Confessions (do i need to nh this?)

  46. D. Billz Says:

    But they couldnt have gone THAT much longer even in full force. The Heatmakerz HAD to be close to runnin out of squeeky voices to sample.

    ^Cosign. I HATED… and I meant HATED the Heatmakerz after the first DI album. It was like they were tryin’ to emulate Ye’s sampling but with much less precision. Furthermore, Cam seems to still suffer from the same affliction because he can’t pick hot beats lately either.

  47. AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don't Fail Me Now Says:

    There are too many factors involved to divide percentages amongst a couple of MC’s.

    It’s not that simple.

  48. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Cosign. I HATED… and I meant HATED the
    ^
    Lets fuckin’ go.

  49. A tribe called quest aka Bitch, Im the space invader Says:

    “A” Chick Le Fleur Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:17 pm
    CiCi The Intern Says:

    May 18th, 2009 at 9:15 pm
    I’ll be damned…J.Cole destroyed the Dead Presidents beat. Sheesh.
    ————-
    He was flowin but the lyrics still couldn’t hold my attention.
    Did he get any shots or quotables in?

    –Its funny how these new artist are dope on a classic beat but cant make original music sound any good.

  50. Harlem World Says:

    Max B and French Montana might have a chance though.

    They wont please hip hop purists but they could do big things.

  51. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    But they couldnt have gone THAT much longer even in full force. The Heatmakerz HAD to be close to runnin out of squeeky voices to sample.

    ^^

    Cam and Jim were a great team and were only becoming more successful…Wayne was coming in to the fold…big shit woulda happened

  52. Harlem World Says:

    What happened to ron browz bringing back NY?

  53. Tong Po Flo Says:

    light skin niggas > dark skin niggas

    ^ No-sign

    *stands in the sun shirtless for five hours*

  54. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    50 ain’t singlehandedly ruin shit.

    ^^

    u right Amp., but between the Cam beef and havin Jim and Juelz onstage…singlehandedly may have been strong but he was central to the breakup

  55. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    LF: Justin Timberlakes album that Timbaland made is the best RnB album of the last 5 years or so

    ^^^^ Ursher- Confessions (do i need to nh this?)

    ^^

    debatable but Timbaland shit had 3 six mafia on it…thats an automatic win

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