Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Layzie Bone had time on Christmas. The rapper let the Migos know on wax with on his holiday diss record “Let Me Go Migo” that he wasn’t feeling their assertion that they are the “biggest group ever.“
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are one of the highest-selling rap groups in history and fall from the NWA family tree. Is their career worthy of a movie treatment?
Unbeknownst to the world at the time, March 26, 1995 would mark the turning point for Hip-Hop heartbreak, as it marked the day Eric “Eazy-E” Wright passed away from AIDS-related complications at the young age of 31.
As previously reported, the remastered Grand Theft Auto V has officially released. Featuring a reconfigured soundtrack, listeners receive a lot of new music, including a Flying Lotus track called “Medication Meditation,” featuring Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
They plan to auction just one copy of their new, and allegedly final record together next year, but Bone Thugs-N-Harmony insisted that the public will get their hands on it, too.
Instead of rewriting all the wrongs associated with their infamous award show, The Source magazine has devised a bigger and better plan to service Hip-Hop fans.
The news of LeBron James’ return to the Cleveland Cavaliers has really breathed new life into Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The legendary harmonious quintint are announcing their plans to pull a Wu-Tang on the game and auction off a single album for a whooping $1 million.
There have never been any boundaries set between separation of church and the state of rap music and as a result, there have been various religious groups who have called out rappers for their perceived sacrilegious lyrics.
More often than not, rap music and drugs go hand in hand. For one reason or another, marijuana in particular, seems to be the choice high for many of our favorite MCs.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony chopped it up with fellow Cleveland native and late night television host Arsenio Hall last night. While there, the legendary collective discussed their upcoming album Art of War: World War III and performed their classic “Crossroads,” as well as their Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single “Everything 100.”
Sure, the culture is about boom-bap and fresh rhymes, but we’re also known to be ill in the head sometimes.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, finally united, are looking to impact the game yet again in a major way. Hip-Hop Wired had an opportunity to speak with group members Bizzy Bone and Flesh-N-Bone about the biggest moment of their year: resurrecting Eazy-E in hologram form at the West Coast shows of the Rock The Bells Festival.