Leaders of the New School
The Leaders Of The New School were an American hip hop crew composed of Uniondale, New York natives Charlie Brown, Dinco D, Busta Rhymes and Cut Monitor Milo, Busta Rhymes' cousin. The four got their start touring with Hip Hop group Public Enemy, and in fact it was member Chuck D who gave Busta Rhymes his name. The group made their first appearance on an Elektra Records compilation titled Rubaiyat: Elektra's 40th Anniversary, with a song called "Mt. Airy Groove".