Pete Tosiello looks at the new records from Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and Jadakiss, trying to find merit in artists past their prime.
If Flying Lotus wanted to do a Rick Rubin and revive the 666-fighting spirit of Krayzie Bone, I would not be the only one celebrating like I had just won the rodeo. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are permanently underrated because they exist in no category and thus elicit few comparisons. As loved as it was, barbershop gospel […]
Back in the halcyon days before daily blogging burdens meant that I could devote seven-day stretches to waxing rhapsodic about the merits of Cleveland fast rap, I devoted an entire week to Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (this is what the search option to your right is for). There are obviously other contenders, but for my 4-0 and […]