Busta Rhymes Pleads Guilty in Muscle Milk Incident“The criminal charges, especially charging him with a felony, was a bunch of bull."
Jay Z Would Rap Battle Busta Rhymes During Lunch in High School"Me and Busta Rhymes actually had a rap battle in the lunch room."
Busta Rhymes & Pharrell Drop Surprise Track 'Master Race'There's no denying Busta Rhymes and Pharrell Williams have chemistry in the studio.
Busta Rhymes Arrested at Chelsea GymBusta got busted for a beef with a gym employee, but witnesses wanted to know why the other guy got off scot-free. And why he kept changing his story.
Busta Rhymes Charged With Assault in Gym FightRapper Busta Rhymes has been charged with assault after allegedly throwing a protein drink at a Manhattan gym employee.
French Montana, Busta Rhymes & Ja Rule Brooklyn Video Shoot Ends in ArrestsWeapons and drugs charges are being levied against the group of five arrestees.
Busta Rhymes Busts His Head in New YorkBusta Rhymes took an unexpected dive Friday night while jumping on stage at Webster Hall during another rapper's concert.
Stream Busta Rhymes and The Conglomerate's 'Catastrophic 2' Mixtape, Featuring Azealia Banks, Bobby ShmurdaIt's a fat collection of 19 originals and remixes, featuring major names and newcomers alike.
Did Busta Rhymes Just Star in the Worst Commercial Ever?Toyota just announced itself as a frontrunner for this year's worst commercial with their new ad starring Busta Rhymes.
Busta Rhymes Leaves Cash Money Without Releasing a RecordIn the two years since Busta Rhymes joined Cash Money, it was easy to forget that Busta Rhymes had joined Cash Money in the first place, as he never released any actual music with Cash Money. Now, he's out.
Busta Rhymes Broke a Windshield with His Head When He First Heard EminemBusta Rhymes gave his MC name a new meaning upon first hearing Eminem.
Rapper Claims Eminem & Busta Rhymes Stole His Beat for Their New Track, 'Calm Down'The first thing you should think of when you hear Eminem and Busta Rhymes' new track, "Calm Down," is House of Pain; or perhaps "Harlem Shuffle"; the song is built on the original's horn intro used prominently in House of Pain's "Jump Around," and before the end, the guys are yelling "Jump Around" in honor of the '90s hip-hop group.