Busta Rhymes is disappointed after finding that Amy Winehouse hasn't called him to discuss about their possible collaboration.
Rapper Busta Rhymes reveals his desire to enter recording room with troubled singer Amy Winehouse. "I would love to work with her. I think she is a talented genius of an artist," he says.
Unfortunately, the rapper, who has gained entry to U.K. after banned from entering the country due to "unresolved convictions", feels disappointed when the "Rehab" singer hasn't given him a call yet. "She won't pick up the DAMN phone but that's OK. I ain't mad at her," he adds in a statement.
The two musicians met for the first time during Orange RockCorps charity gig, which took place in the U.K. on Friday, September 25. Before performing on stage, they swapped each other's phone numbers and planned a future collaboration.
Previously, Amy reportedly had a difficulty in recording her new songs for her upcoming yet-untitled album. Her friends even doubted that she would be able to finish her new album regarding "all the problems surrounding her personal issues and addictions."