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Editors’ Notes

After a long and rocky hiatus, the original five-man lineup of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is back with their first album together in ten years. Uni5: The World’s Enemy makes it clear that the original quintet has a chemistry that cannot be attained with alternate incarnations. The return of long-incarcerated member Flesh-N-Bone brings the group a renewed fire and focus not seen since 1997’s The Art of War. Flesh is responsible for some of the album’s greatest verses, especially on “Rebirth,” an immense group reintroduction, in which all five members are given extended time on the microphone. Each plays his role perfectly: Layzie, the calm and smooth crooner; Wish, the rock solid older brother; and most unforgettably, Bizzy Bone — back with the group for the first time in five years — who never fails to bring unpredictable emotional fervor and virtuosity to every performance. In line with their 2007 crossover hit “I Tried,” the group delves into its inimitable brand of pop balladry with “See Me Shine” and “Meet Me In the Sky,” but the album’s emotional core is contained in “Pay What You Owe” and “My Life.” Sweet and forlorn blues created for the hip-hop generation.

Customer Reviews

thought it would be better....

ive got one word for this album.....disappointed. i had been following this album for at least a year now and was really looking forward to it coming out. with the way they pushed it back, i thought it would turn out to be great, especially since bone thugs reunited for the first time since e. 1999 eternal (which still remains as their best album).

its a "radio rap" album. i was really hoping that the songs that they were releasing prior to the release of the album were going to be the worst songs on the album and they would save the best for the official release. but i was wrong. none of the songs stand out for me. this album sounds more like an R&B album, rather than a hip hop album. i was really hoping they would return to their roots and go back to the E. 1999 Eternal style after their radio friendly album, "Strength & Loyalty". they didnt and it is a huge letdown.

Bone is back.... and its disappointing.

This is by far the most disturbing I have heard. The thugs were the last group i thought would give in to mainstream demand. This album only disappoints their devoted listeners, like myself. TERRIBLE.

Deserves More Credit.

My track by track review:
The Law- Interesing...
Rebirth- I LOVE THIS SONG!!! Bone Thugs at their absolute best! Should definitely be a chart-topper.
See Me Shine- It's nice. I like it. Good lyrics. J Rush is cool.
Only God Can Judge Me- Great. Wow. Great meaning. Lyrics are incrdible. Awesome beat. Gave me chills...
Wanna Be- Super-catchy.
My Life- Good. Great beat.
Everytime- It's okay. Their rapping really sounds great, though.
Fearless- Creepy...Something you'd expect to hear at a cemetery, although it's 34 seconds long..
Gone- Wow! They sound great on this one! I hope this one hits the charts. Well-done!
Meet Me In The Sky- A song like I Tried. So much meaning and emotion to it. Fantastic.
Universe- Eh. Okay.
A New Mind = A New Life- Okay... Great title though.
Pay What They Owe- Nice lyrics. Good song.
Facts Don't Lie- So true.
Overall, it's a good album.
I'm surprised none of these songs are popular, because I think Bone Thugs are some of the greatest (and fastest) rappers alive, if not ever.


Formed: 1993 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Graced with a quick and sometimes sung delivery, along with a unique sense of melody, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony burst out of Cleveland, Ohio in the mid-'90s with a pair of massive hits ("Thuggish Ruggish Bone" and "Tha Crossroads") along with a great first album, as well as a successful follow-up, and then quickly unraveled. Mainstream interest dropped off toward the tail end of the '90s, but the group, which underwent a series of lineup changes, continued to release new material via mixtapes and albums...
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Uni5: The World's Enemy, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Hardcore Rap
  • Released: May 04, 2010
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