There was a point when Busta Rhymes had a legitimate claim to being the best MC on the planet. In his early days Trevor George Smith Jr. certainly had one of the most unique rapping styles of anyone out there - unpredictable, quicksilver, frequently hilarious. Busta’s second LP, 1997’s When Disaster Strikes, paired him up with some trunk-rattling NYC hip-hop beats to superb effect. Tracks like ‘Dangerous’ helped to cement his stardom for years to come. Now When Disaster Strikes has been given the reissue treatment through Get On Down.