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[NEW RELEASES] Bone Thugs-n-Harmony

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If you were a hip-hop lover from the mid- to late-90s, you probably already know Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.

They represent the hard core days of hip-hop when it was all about strong beats and strong messages about the hard life on the streets.

Throughout the 20 years since their debut, the group has continued to produce original tracks in this vein.

But this album seems to signal a change in the group’s sound.

Blurring line between rapping and singing, the group mixes soft R&B sounds with pop. The voice of R&B/soul singer, Lyfe Jennings on the track “See Me Shine” shows this best. The tracks “Gone” and “Meet Me in the Sky” are also good examples of this sound. The latter two tracks also demonstrate the group’s flexibility while still keeping the unique Bone Thugs-N-Harmony feel.

The high quality of the tracks speaks for itself in terms of the time and thought that went into this album.

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony “Uni5: The World’s Enemy”

Label: BTNH Worldwide

Genre: Hip-hop


By Hannah Kim
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