Hello and welcome to BTNHLegacy, the fan website dedicated to the legacy of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
BTNHLegacy was created by 6 life long Bone Thugs-N-Harmony fans who have followed their career for 20+ years, and have spent nearly 200,000+ hours listening to their music. We wanted to create a website to show our support for the Cleveland, Ohio rap group that changed the game back in 1994.
Last year’s beef between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s Layzie Bone, Migos, and 21Savage created new buzz to the battle between old-school and new-school Hip-Hop. As a result of this beef, we got Layzie Bone’s response in the form of his single, “Let Me Go Migo” and the album, “Annihilation.” Joining the fray after going on Instagram live with a shotgun, is Bizzy Bone’s response to the new-school’s disrespectful attitude with “Carbon Monoxide.”
Listening to 106.7 KROQ-FM this morning, I caught a rebroadcast of Monday’s show, that featured the discussion about romantic songs that people make fun of.
Dave “The King of Mexico” had an interesting song choice, in that he and his wife picked Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s “1st Of Tha Month.” You just have to hear it to believe it. Check out the entire segment below:
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony will make a tour stop in its hometown in June of this year.
The group itself was formed in Cleveland nearly 30 years ago.
One of the top rap groups of all time will be making a tour stop in its hometown.
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony will hold a concert this June 7 at Cleveland’s Agora Theatre and Ballroom. The venue made the announcement Tuesday, with tickets set to go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m.
Formed in Cleveland in 1991, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony was signed to Ruthless Record’s by N.W.A.’s Eazy-E and soon found many of its songs and albums near the top of the charts. One of those singles, “Tha Crossroads,” reached No. 1 in the Unites States and won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. The five artists worked with legends such as Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G., and MTV later called them “the most melodic hip-hop group of all time.”
Ticket prices for the concert start at $30. In addition, the Agora also announced the following shows that will take place this year:
Krayzie Bone recently stopped by the KDAY Morning Show with Romeo to talk about Krush Groove, Bone Thugs’ relationship with Eazy-E and the meaning behind “Tha Crossroads.”
Krayzie went on to mention the love the group gets when they’re in the West Coast and how excited he gets when Bone Thugs performs at Krush Groove.
“Man, it’s always good [getting a call for Krush Groove]. I be kinda upset when we don’t, I be like ‘we ain’t on this one?’ This is traditional. This is legendary for hip hop, this is the first hip hop station, so it’s important to do what ya’ll do.”
– Krayzie Bone
He went on to mention his relationship with Eazy-E and how he found out about his passing.
“It’s so crazy how everything went down. We were called to the office one day, but we hadn’t seen E in about a month and it was strange for us because he would contact us every day. We got a call from the office and we didn’t know what was going on because they were giving us our first checks. We didn’t know why Eazy wasn’t giving us our first checks, but we got our money. We got our money and we moved back to Cleveland. MTV News comes on and it says Eazy-E had just passed away from AIDS. We didn’t know anything.”
– Krayzie Bone
The rapper went on to talk about the meaning of ‘Tha Crossroads‘ and how it was intended to be for a family member. Watch the full KDAY Morning Show interview below: