Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have had a career as massive as it is chaotic. After Eazy-E plucked them out of obscurity, they spent much of the 90s on top of the charts, but it hasn’t been the same since then. So let’s find out what happened to this legendary rap group.
It’s no secret that the members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony took some significant time off to pursue solo careers. Krayzie Bone, for one, released a string of albums between 1999 and 2017, and also had a spot on Chamillionaire’s 2005 hit “Ridin’.” Layzie Bone was far from lazy, as he followed suit with a few solo albums of his own. Bizzy Bone lived up to his name by releasing more than 20 albums since 1998.
It may seem like Bone Thugs-N-Harmony were slacking as a unified front, but these solo albums were always part of the plan. In a 2016 interview with Vice, Krayzie admitted that this vision was laid out before they ever signed to Ruthless Records. As he put it,
“We knew what we wanted as soon as we got the opportunity. We had friends that could sing and rap, and we all said whoever makes it first will come back and get the other ones, and that’s just what we did. We had plans to come out with a few Bone albums, then each member would start doing solo albums. I still think we did it a little too soon, the solo albums, but it was always in the plan.”
Watch the video for more about whatever happened to Bone Thungs-N-Harmony!
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Solo pursuits | 0:17
Bizzy gets the boot | 1:17
Then there were two | 2:08
Getting back together | 2:54
Feuding with Migos | 3:53
Krayzie Bone’s autoimmune disease | 4:54
Krayzie rediscovers his faith | 5:42
Flesh-N-Bone’s legal troubles | 6:41
Flesh-N-Bone’s side gig | 8:10
Going boneless | 8:54
Passing the torch | 9:45
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