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Album Review

In 2006, Thug Brothers sure looks like two B-list players trying to stay off the C-list by teaming up. Layzie Bone's Bone crew have diluted their importance with a slew of underwhelming solo releases while Young Noble's Outlawz clique have been repeatedly accused of relying on their 2Pac relationship to the point of exploiting it into a career. If a worthy producer got a hold of the rhymes on Thug Brothers, there's a good chance Layzie and Noble would be reconsidered since inspiration has taken hold of this duo. Sure 2Pac is brought up by Noble more than warranted and the album is not without filler, but Thug Brothers is purposeful for the most part when it comes to lyrical content. Club tracks "Stay on the Grind" and "The Legacy Continues" feature simple and effective rhymes that brag and boast while "What the Problem Is" goes much deeper with a street-level-eye's-view of an overcast day in the hood. Unfortunately the album suffers from dry and thin production that's faceless G-Funk without the Dr. Dre muscle. Shame since Layzie and Noble are not only in good form but also interacting like a duo that have spent years together. There are possibilities in this pairing, so hardcore fans of either crew still need to check it and hope they return again with better beatmakers.

Customer Reviews

Good but not a classic.

Truth be told it's not the best product coming from the Bone Thugs camp, but it's surly better than half the albums that came out this year. As a group Lil' Lay and Tha Rippsta expand on their harmonies and continue their classic Bone vibe, but songs like Complicated (feat. The Outlaws) and Give It To Me (feat. Felicia Howse) are tracks that should have ever been made. Ever! All of the songs featuring Krayzie Bone make the album worth listening to. Even though its a "so-so" album it is still worth picking up to complete that Bone Thugs collection.


Bone Brother are crazy good---they make my body hot!!!!! download thsi album---i reccomend hip hop baby as ther number song of the year because it's GOOD download this album ya'll


Wheres all the old school music like 1st of tha Month and what about that hip hop baby I heard it was great so I was gonna buy it but its not there we need more Bone Thugs N harmony


Born: September 12, 1976 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known as a member of the Cleveland crew Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, rapper Bizzy Bone began a prolific, risk-taking, and sometimes baffling solo career in 1998. Combining rapid raps and laid-back singing, his soul-searching debut, Heaven'z Movie, didn't sound entirely unlike a Bone Thugs album, but it was obvious that on his own Bizzy felt free to explore his psyche and to go eccentric places his group just would not. The Gift from 2001 further divided Bone fans, with some seeing his confessional...
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