Busta Rhymes Tickets
Busta Rhymes - Rap Legend Performing Rare UK Dates in 2016
Possessor of rap's most recognisable delivery, this platinum-selling superstar is a certified music legend with no less than 11 Grammy Award nominations to his name. Rising to fame in the 1990s, his horde of transatlantic megahits like 'Dangerous' and 'Break Ya Neck' are regarded as hip hop classics.
In June 2016, the lyrical legend will venture to our shores to perform three very special live dates at Indigo at the O2 in Greenwich, as well as an appearance at Sounds of the City festival at the Castlefield Bowl I Manchester. Don't miss out on the rare opportunity to see him live in the flesh - pick up Busta Rhymes tickets on StubHub.
Busta Rhymes - See the Rambunctious Rapper's Fast Flow Live in the Flesh
Trevor George Smith Jr, better known by his stage name Busta Rhymes, was born the son of Jamaican immigrants in 1972. In the 1970s, the South Bronx spawned hip hop subculture, which spread to other areas of New York including downtown Brooklyn, where Busta grew up. He learned his craft in good company, facing off against fellow students Shawn Corey Carter and Christopher George Wallace - better known as Jay Z and The Notorious B.I.G. - in rap battles.
Rising to prominence in the 1990s as one of the Leaders of the New School, Busta became one of the most prolific and respected East Coast rappers. His gravel-voiced guest appearances on tracks by artists like The Notorious B.I.G, Puff Daddy and TLC's diamond selling album CrazySexyCool earned him widespread critical acclaim, so success as a solo artist was inevitable. Many hip hop fans attest that Busta Rhymes is the fastest rapper in history, and no less than a vocal genius. The irreverent MC's West Indian tinged inflection, feverish vocal timbres and quick-fire delivery give him a completely unique style that separates him from other artists.
He released his debut solo album The Coming in 2006, buoyed by the Grammy nominated single 'Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check' which soared into the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. Widely regarded as one of the best hip hop tunes of all time, it's the song responsible for propelling Busta to superstardom. His 1997 sophomore album When Disaster Strikes spawned several massive hits including 'Dangerous' and 'Turn It Up, while lead single 'Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See' earned a Grammy nomination for Best Solo Rap Performance. His seventh studio album The Big Bang, released in 2006, is regarded as his magnum opus, the first number one selling record of his career and highest charting album to date in the UK.
It's not often a certified transatlantic rap legend performs at an intimate venue like Indigo at the O2, so what are you waiting for? Get Busta Rhymes tickets now on StubHub.
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