Busta Rhymes Drops Controversial "Touch It" Remix Video

 After seeing its production postponed by the shooting of Busta Rhymes' bodyguard, the rapper's "Touch It" remix video is scheduled to premiere next week.

The video's production was first halted on February 5 when Busta's bodyguard Israel Ramirez was gunned down outside of Brooklyn, NY's Kiss the Cactus Production studio. Though he hasn't been cooperative with authorities, Busta recently took a trip to Los Angeles to finish the clip. Word is production went on without a hitch and filming was completed within one day.

The video features Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliot, DMX, Lloyd Banks, Rah Digga and Papoose, who appear on the song's remixes. The songs are presently available at iTunes while the video will be up for sale March 7.

The "Touch It" remix video will first premiere on Yahoo! Online and MTV's "Direct Effect" March 6. The clip will the launch on MTV's "TRL" the next day and is also slated to air on BET's "106 & Park" early next week. A date has yet to be confirmed.

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