Top 10 Best Busta Rhymes Songs

Ever since he broke onto the scene in the late '80s as a member of Leaders of the New School, Busta has consistently captivated listeners with his energetic delivery, intricate wordplay, and, of course, those rapid-fire, breathless rhymes.

But what exactly defines a 'best' Busta Rhymes song? Is it the dizzying speed and complexity of his lyrics that leave you marveling at his linguistic prowess? Or perhaps it's the infectious beats that get your head nodding and your feet tapping? Maybe it's his uncanny ability to seamlessly blend elements of reggae, dancehall, and funk into his tracks, creating a sound that's unmistakably his own.

Busta Rhymes's catalog spans over three decades, showcasing his evolution as an artist, his resilience in an ever-changing industry, and his talent for staying relevant and innovative. From his early hits with Leaders of the New School to his successful solo career, Busta's discography is a testament to his unique style and undeniable influence in hip-hop.
The Top Ten
1 Break Ya Neck

All I can say is that the mix of Dre beats and Busta rapping is a good thing.

2 I Know What You Want

This is how a repeated verse, "Baby if you give it to me, I'll give it to you, I know what you want," can sound so effortless and airy. "Work" by Rihanna ft. Drake sounded painfully annoying and was traumatizing for me. Yet the catchy and smooth rhythms of "I Know What You Want" caught my attention. I was obsessed with Queen Mimi's verse. Busta and Carey's voices match perfectly. #lambily #mariahxlambily #lamb4eva

"Can't even express the word how much the kid (world) loves you." When you think about melody, that's the song.

3 Touch It
4 I'll Hurt You

Deserves a higher spot. Busta's flow is infectious, and the song features the god Eminem. Reason enough.

Busta Rhymes and Eminem go together like peanut butter and chocolate.

It has Eminem. That's worthy enough to make it the best.

5 Woo Hah!! Got You All In Check

The Coming was hands down Busta's best album. It combines his youthful, exuberant attitude (quirky, jump-around lyrics common to "Leaders of the New School") and his more mature, serious attitude. "Woo Hah!! Got You All In Check" and "Everything Remains Raw" are my favorites.

6 Why Stop Now

One of his fastest. The beat's hype as well.

7 Where's My Money
8 World Go Round
9 Arab Money
10 Look at Me Now

Man, this is not possible. It should be in the top 5. He has the most catchy lyrics in that song. Well... understandable.

Considered to be one of the fastest raps ever. What on earth is it doing down here?

The Contenders
11 We Made It

Mike raps about how they got through the hardships they faced when production studios rejected Linkin Park. They thought LP was pathetic, but after Hybrid Theory it became the best-selling album of the decade! Those dumbasses.

12 Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See

This song should be #1. It's one of the best hip-hop songs ever made!

Can't believe this is only 15th. Got to be in the top 3, if not the top.

Innovative and simply brilliant!

13 Can You Keep Up
14 Calm Down

Eminem and Busta Rhymes show they still got it. Every time these guys collaborate, it's great.

15 Gimme Some More

People, this song is the best to be in a different state of mind. Try it... I've never heard something so well put together as a whole. This should easily be in the top ten!

16 60 Second Assassins

Simply awesome. One of the best demonstrations of fast rapping!

17 In the Ghetto
18 Worldwide Choppers
19 What's It Gonna Be?!
20 One
21 Dangerous

This is much better than Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See.

Probably his best. Such a groove.

22 Fire

I mean, I really like Look at Me Now, Touch It, and Tear the Roof Off, along with Break Ya Neck, but this song never fails me! If I'm bored, I'll listen to this song, and it will make me want to dance.

23 Let's Go
24 Respect My Conglomerate
25 Flip Mode Squad
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