There’s an old saying that the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree. In the case of Busta Rhymes’ family tree, he has one son who is ready to shine in the game.

Bussa-Buss introduces his 14-year-old son to the world with a video of him busting rhymes (puns intended) over Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type.” Trillian, who is the youngest son of the veteran rapper’s three boys, is a dynamo that has the same charismatic energy as his father.

The young rhymer appears comfortable in his swag as he boasts about being the youngest in charge. “I’mma shake y’all up with fright (turn up) / Shake y’all up with fright / But these dudes they never ready / Pass the torch because it’s my light,” he raps.

Throughout the video, Trillian and his dad are having fun turning it up in New York’s Times Square. The father-and-son duo are even wearing the same clothes including all-white parka coats, matching Air Jordans and gold jewelry. Like father, like son.

Overall, the video is in good fun and Trillian seems ready to rock the mic. We weren’t expecting him to “roar, roar like a dungeon dragon” like his father, but his rapping skills are not bad. However, it would be interesting to see how Trillian performs with original music.

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