SiriusXM announced the launch of Busta Rhymes Radio, a limited-run channel that will explore the hip-hop icon’s career. The special channel is available now on the SiriusXM App and will run through August 31. Busta Rhymes Radio will also be available on radios from (today) August 8 through August 14 on SiriusXM Channel 104.
Throughout its run, the channel will feature the best of Busta’s music and his exclusive stories spanning across four decades.
Busta Rhymes continues to push the boundaries of hip-hop, showcasing his unrivaled talent and distinctive style. Among his many accomplishments, Busta has released several top-selling albums, including When Disaster Strikes, E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front, and Genesis. These albums not only garnered commercial success but also received critical acclaim for their innovative sound and lyrical prowess.
Throughout his career, Busta has crafted tracks that have become timeless classics: “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See,” “Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check,” and “Break Ya Neck,” to name a few. These tracks exemplify his unique flow, energetic delivery, and dynamic wordplay, making them unforgettable gems in the genre.
Additionally, Busta’s has collaborated with a number of prominent artists, and co-founded the influential group Leaders of the New School before embarking on a successful solo career. His collaborations with fellow artists such as A Tribe Called Quest, Janet Jackson, and Mariah Carey have showcased his versatility and ability to create genre-defying music.
Over the years, Busta has been recognized with numerous awards and nominations for his contributions to the music industry. From GRAMMY nominations to BET Awards and MTV Video Music Awards, his talent has been celebrated across various platforms.
As fans tune in to Busta Rhymes Radio on SiriusXM, they will be taken on a nostalgic journey through his illustrious career. If you’re not a SiriusXM subscriber, click here to sign up and experience all that we have to offer. See Offer Details.
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