Busy Bee is a Hip-Hop MC originally from the Bronx, New York who has worked with many of Hip-Hop's founding fathers, including Afrika Bambaataa and Melle Mell. Busy Bee (a.k.a. Busy Bee Starsky) was in one of the first documented rap battles versus Kool Moe Dee in 1982, was featured in 1982's Wild Style, the first Hip-Hop film, joined Afrika Bambaataa's Zulu Nation, and won the 1986 New Music Seminar's MC World Supremacy Belt. He released three solo albums: 1988's Running Thangs (Strong City), 1992's Thank God for Busy Bee (Pandisc Records), and 1998's Look In da Sky Who Do Ya See (Jazz Child Records). He has also appeared on records with Funkmaster Flex, De La Soul, KRS-One, and Marley Marl.