Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are probably the the coolest thing to come out of Cleveland since Native Americans.
Mathematically speaking, Bone Thugs N Harmony=An auctioneer*barbershop quartet*Inmate #00D3257:
Yup, these guys all rubbed their dicks together
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have been around since the early 90s, where they got their start in the music industry at an Eazy-E concert in their hometown of Cleveland, opening for the rapper and getting signed to Ruthless Records on the spot. It is speculated that Drew Carrey also may have been present.
One of the group's original members, ousted soon after he was discovered to be both 1) white, and 2) not a thug.
BNTH then went on to record classics such as "Thuggish Ruggish Bone"(when you fuck a girl on a Persian tapestry with your 9 to her dome), "For the Love of $", and "1st of tha Month", which has been described by Chris Rock as being a "welfare carol." This helped to popularize the little known holiday which parallels Christmas- TANF Appreciation Day.
Pictured above: Uncle Sam-ta Claus
The single that has given them the biggest commercial success is "Crossroads," that thing that happens when you pee in a trough next to someone and your streams intersect. Despite achieving both commercial success and critical acclaim, BNTH fell victim to an illness that has debilitated some of the biggest musical acts of all time. BCG(Batshit Crazy Groupmate) Syndrome struck hard, with Bizzy Bone being the one most affected. Flesh-N-Bone, incidentally, was sentenced to eleven years in prison, so it is assumed he was likely not infected with the illness.
He's at least 7 turds past batshit in this photo
There was a growing gap between "Bones" as the group's efforts and Bizzy's actions were dis-JOINTed! Booyah! This led to a brief breakup, or trial separation or whatever. Amid
proof rumors of inexpliacably strange behavior, Bizzy Bone admitted that he had a problem with alcohol. This is something he is currently working on alongside his own studio albums and an upcoming reunion album with the rest of the Bone clan. WIth the release of Flesh-N in late 2008, a full fleged Bonefest is being created as their new album is slated for a release in late December.
Pictured: Not the Bonefest we were thinking
This has to be the least "thuglike" of their collaborations:
Who invited Phil Collins to the posse?