If being Christened by Chuck D of Public Enemy as "Busta Rhymes" wasn't an omen enough; Bus-a-Bus aka Busta Rhymes became a rap superstar as a teenager when he formed the Leaders of the New School in 1989. After two albums, Busta Rhymes split and went solo. Since his debut, The Coming in 1996, Busta Rhymes has been one of Rap's most consistent hit-makers and lyricists. Currently on tour, Busta Rhyme's concert schedule (2011) has the rapper performing at select venues throughout 2011. Use Eventful as your source for Busta Rhymes tour dates and venue information.
The New York native took rap by storm with his debut solo single "Whoo Hah!! Got You All in Check" which propelled sales of his album to Platinum status. Busta returned in 1997 with When Disaster Strikes, which featured the wild and crazy video single "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See". During an era filled with rap violence, Busta Rhymes emerged with more creative rhymes and an eclectic style. He closed out the decade with E.L.E. which featured the hit duet with Janet Jackson, "What's It Gonna Be", which is one of his highest charting singles to-date.
Busta Rhymes continued to record through the new millennium. Busta hit a mile stone in 2006 with the release of The Big Bang, which earned him his first #1 album. Busta Rhymes is currently in the studio working on his ninth studio album, E.L.E. 2, which is scheduled for release in 2011. In the meantime, you can hear Busta on the hit Chris Brown track "Look At Me Now". Busta Rhymes tour dates are currently scheduled throughout the US this 2011. Stay on top of Busta Rhymes concert schedule (2011) using Eventful as your source for Busta Rhymes tour dates and venue information.