The rapper’s visit is part of the museum’s ongoing Hall of Fame interview series.
Cleveland — * Editor’s Note: The player video above is from a previous report.
The legendary hip-hop Busta Rhymes visited northeastern Ohio this week.
49-year-old rapper Trevor George Smith Jr. was born and sat with Nwaka Onwusa, Chief Curator of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Vice President of Curator Affairs, on Thursday, July 15th at 2:00 pm.
A special pop-up interview was free and open to the public at the PNC stage in the Rock Hall of Union Home Mortgage Plaza.
The pair discussed his iconic career and the recent release of his ninth studio album, Extinction Level Event 2: God’s Wrath.. This album is the first album released by Rhymes in 11 years.
A career from Newyork began in the mid-1990s as a former member of the Leaders of New School for decades. Released his debut solo album with “The Coming” in 1996.
As an industry pioneer, Rhymes has achieved top-notch success with 12 Grammy nominations and hit singles, “Woo Hah !! Got You All in Check,” “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes See,” and “Gimme Some More.” .. , “Courvoisier, pass Part II”, “Touch It”, etc. He also remains relevant to today’s artists, featured in countless songs and introducing new acts like OT Genesis.
Busta Rhymes also has a souvenir in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The coat and hat worn in the music video of the debut solo single “Woo Hah !!”. “Got You Allin Check” is on display at the museum’s hip-hop exhibition.
This event was part of an ongoing interview series at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Previous guests include The Isley Brothers, John Densmore of the Doors, CJ Wallace and Chris Hillman of the Birds.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is located in 1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard and is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, with daylight savings time extended to 8 pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. For more information on events and programs, click here..
Busta Rhymes visits Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Thursday
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