UPDATE: Busta Rhymes and Charlie Brown are on good terms again, as the Leaders Of The New School appeared publicly at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival this week after nearly two decades apart.
Busta Rhymes is headlining the eight annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival this weekend (July 14) in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Billed as “Busta Rhymes Friends,” the veteran emcee took to Twitter on Tuesday (July 10) to allude to a potential reunion with his former group, Leaders Of The New School. Busta said “stay tuned” and included a recent photograph of him pictured with L.O.N.S. cohorts Charlie Brown and Dinco D.
Brooklyn Bodega, organizers of the festival, acknowledged the tweet to HipHopDX as a potential allusion to the weekend show, but could not confirm or deny its validity.
— Busta Rhymes (@BusaBusss) July 11, 2012
The Leaders Of The New School, which also included fourth member Cut Monitor Milo, released two albums, 1991′s A Future Without A Past and 1993′s T.I.M.E. The group was also part of the Native Tongues collective, including A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul and Jungle Brothers.
After Busta Rhymes pursued a solo career in the mid-1990s, the Leaders disbanded, after appearing on his 1995 debut The Coming.
UPDATE: RapRadar.com confirmed that yesterday (July 14) Busta Rhymes appeared on stage with Leaders Of The New School at the 8th annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival.