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Trevor Tahiem Smith, Jr. (born on May 20, 1972), better known as Busta Rhymes is an Jamaican-American rapper, singer, actor, and musician. Chuck D of Public Enemy gave him the name Busta Rhymes (from former NFL wide receiver George "Buster" Rhymes) after watching him perform. Busta Rhymes was a member of Leaders of the New School and released two albums with the group before breaking out with a 1996 solo hit single, "Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check". He is known for his often high-speed rhyme-delivery, as heard on his hits "Gimme Some More", "Break Ya Neck", and "Don't Touch Me (Throw Da Water On 'Em)".




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