Busta Rhymes‘ new single “Thank You” was definitely worth a better video. The Q-Tip, Kanye West and Lil Wayne featured release now features a typical green screen visual with really not much going on behind them. Watch out for Busta’s new mixtape with Q-Tip to drop December 12th followed by his new album “E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) 2” expected to release early in the new year.
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We saw Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip perform inside Barclays Center last night, and now the duo have just announced that they will be releasing a joint mixtape titled “The Abstract And The Dragon” next month. If “Thank You” is any kind of preview of what to expect from this, then man we are in for something special. Check the official announcement, cover and release date below.
Last night before Kanye West hit the stage inside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, he had A Tribe Called Quest open the show. Watch a portion of their performance where they brought out Busta Rhymes for an energetic showing of “Scenario.” Classic!
While everyone is in New York for tomorrow’s MTV VMAs, Busta Rhymes thought it would be a good time to shoot a video for his upcoming single “Thank You” featuring Kanye West, Q-Tip and Lil Wayne. There was no sign of Weezy during the camera shooting but the other three managed to gather together for the forthcoming Director X directed visual. This will be on Busta’s new album “E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) 2” which has no release date yet. Go behind the scenes and check out some Instagram clips snapped on set earlier today.
UPDATE: Video footage added taken behind the scenes. Listen to the song here.
We heard about Busta Rhymes‘ new single “Thank You” featuring Q-Tip, Lil Wayne and Kanye West a while back when they shot the video for it, now we get to hear what the full version sounds like. This will land on his forthcoming “E.L.E. 2” album dropping soon.
Drake brought out the ASAP Mob last night at his show inside Brooklyn‘s Barclays Center but also had another special guest up his sleeve. Watch footage of him bringing out Busta Rhymes to perform “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” above.