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PR: Layzie Bone to Release Two Album on 2/22
Posted by Steve Juon at Thursday, January 13th, 2011 at 11:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

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PR: Layzie Bone to Release Two Album on 2/22


After selling over 25 million records and touring the entire world countless times, any artist’s career would be instantly defined by those accomplishments. In a culture where the motto “Men Lie, Women Lie, Numbers Don’t” gives certain validity to those seeking such, the practice of letting art define the culture has unfortunately subsided. Even with those accomplishments in his back pocket, Layzie Bone (the founding member of the legendary group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) plans to release not one, but TWO ALBUMS on February 22nd, titled “The Definiton” and “The Meaning”, in order to finally define himself, his career and his culture.
With the initial street video “If I Can’t Do It” making its rounds, Layzie plans the follow it up with “Hear’em Knockin”, joined by his Bone Thugs group members, Krayzie Bone & Flesh-n-Bone as the first official single. With an attitude of their back up against the wall, each Bone member promises to go hard and never stop doing what they do best. Additionally, the Bow Wow assisted track “Every Night”, is slated to drop as the second single in the weeks leading up to the projects release date.
With additional features from Paul Wall, Chamillionare, Too $hort, Ya Boy, Baby Bash and more, "The Definition" and "The Meaning" prove to be one of the most ambitious Bone projects to date.
Having long plugged the independent label “Mo Thugs Records”, Layzie Bone eventually released his first solo album in 2001, titled “Thug By Nature”.  After following it up with “It’s Not A Game” in 2005, Layzie then recorded several collaborative albums with Young Noble from the Outlawz, A.K. from Do or Die and the street acclaimed Bone Brothers albums with fellow group member Bizzy Bone.
Founded in the early 90’s, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony has sold close to 30 million records and was awarded the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance with their song "Tha Crossroads" from their E 1999 Eternal album. After several years of different lineups, the entire group (Krayzie, Layzie, Bizzy, Wish & Flesh) reunited for Uni-5: The World’s Enemy in 2010, re-solidifying their spot has one of the greatest collectives in Hip Hop.
"Hear'em Knockin" - .

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