Last month we revisited Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's classic album E. 1999 Eternal as a part of our Classic Rotation series. Today we're giving the Cleveland rap group some more love for a throwback Thursday.
It starts with a haunting introduction. A demonic voice takes the mic, paving the way for a revolutionary new sound in rap.
On Dizzy Wright's second studio album The Growing Process, the 24-year old rapper makes an attempt at honing in his focus as an artist by establishing a moral constitution for his music to adhere to until further notice.
Next year, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their landmark album E. 1999 Eternal, but first, they're going on tour this fall with Compton's AD. Check out the dates below, the poster in the gallery above, and buy tickets here.
Although he recently shared a track that responded to the Michael Brown shooting, J. Cole hasn't given us any details about his follow-up to last year's Born Sinner.
Funk Volume's Dizzy Wright might be fresh off of a joint project with Bishop Nehru, but it seems the emcee shows no sign of slowing down.
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