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BUSTA RYHMES JOINS WITH JAMAICA'S BIG ARTISTS

Posted: October 12, 2010
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Rapper Busta Rhymes is interested in collaborating with some of dancehall’s top deejays.

Busta, who will be in Jamaica for Arthur Guinness celebration later this month, says he would like to do collabs with Vybz Kartel, Mavado and Bounty Killa.

Busta who was born to Jamaican parents recently collaborated with singing sensation Gyptain along with R&B super star Mary J Bilge. Busta gives us the 411 on how the synergy was formed for the single dubbed “Anything You want”.

Busta Rhymes is expected to perform at the Arthur Guinness celebration slated for the October 23 at the National Stadium.

Other entertainers on the bill are Wycleff Jean, Beanie Man, Bounty Killa, Mavado, Lady Saw and the Big Ship Family.

This celebration is to commemorate the life and legacy of Arthur Guinness the founder of Guinness breweries.

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