Busta Rhymes To Appear On 'RapFix Live' On Thursday

Viewers can submit questions for the MC via video or Twitter.

[artist id="1043"]Busta Rhymes[/artist] will be the next guest on MTV News' weekly online series "RapFix Live," and the Dungeon Dragon will lower the boom on his voice to take questions from fans at home.

The rapper will join MTV News correspondent Sway this Thursday (October 7) in the newsroom at 4 p.m. Viewers can record their questions on video and upload them to Your.MTV.com, or they can submit questions via Twitter. The Twitter rules of engagement have changed this week: send tweets with your questions for Busta to @MTVRapFix.

(Previously, questions were directed to @MTVNews with the hashtag #rapfixlive.)

Want to ask the animated rap veteran about his days as a member of Leaders of the New School? Wondering if Busta will ever grow back his dreadlocks? Curious about the progress of his next album, tentatively titled Extinction Level Event 2?

The rapper told MTV News earlier this year that he was unsure about the title of his next album, which was then named The Chemo.

"I think what's creating the back and forth is that I officially had the name of the album as The Chemo, but the selected few ears that I trust that have come in the studio, that heard the [new] album, they have been declaring that's it's developing into something that's feeling like what [the 1998 album] Extinction Level Event felt like," Busta explained.

"I thought that was an unbelievable honor to hear that, coming from the opinions of the ears that I trust and respect. As artists, you wanna make sure the co-sign is a neverending co-sign, whenever you're at a point that you're ready to share your music or your body of work with the ears that you trust. It felt good to hear that."

Busta is currently supporting his latest single, "Stop The Party," and he hopes to nab Hype Williams to direct a video for the track. He follows former "RapFix Live" guests Tony Yayo, Fabolous, Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, Fat Joe, Lloyd Banks, Wiz Khalifa, and Rick Ross.