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Lyrical Paraphernalia

Krayzie Bone

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Great Album!!

Truly one of Krayzie Bone's tightest solo productions, proving he's still of the great lyricists out there.
Starting with some old school tracks reminiscent of his leathaface albums "Scrap the Block" and "Suicide" will keep those who love the rougher Krayzie happy. "One Life" Is a more mellow track that leads to the excellent, "My Street Blues," which features all of Bone In a strong track that will leave you tapping your feet.
The interludes are typical of Krayzie's little ditties that appear across his albums and certainly dont detract from the album.
The next stand out track "What Have I Become" is a darker track with his old theme of battling himself to find the right way. "Let It All Go" has a more modern R'n'B dance bounce with all of Bone featuring that starts to really grow on you as you listen. "Whatcha Gonna Do For Me" bounces to the end to finish with the Michael Jackson collaboration "What Have We Done" Which is suprisingly listenable.
All in all, worth the money spent!

good

Good mixtape from Krayzie

Biography

Born: 17 June 1974

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A member of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, rapper Krayzie Bone was born Anthony Henderson in Cleveland, OH; also known as Leatherface, the Sawed-Off Gangsta, he joined Bone Thugs in 1993, debuting a year later with the EP Creepin on Ah Come Up. Subsequent LPs, including 1995's E 1999 Eternal and 1997's The Art of War, launched the group to rap superstardom, and as the decade drew to its close Krayzie Bone issued his solo debut, Thug Mentality 1999. Inner demons and life on the street were the main topics...
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