Post by eternal moving on Jul 25, 2018 15:31:22 GMT
dre2k came with the idea of a thread with all the upcoming projects from Bone, so here we go!
Keep in mind that many of these releases are not set in stone, things do change. However, all of these have been announced by BTNH so until they denounce them, they'll stay on the list.
If any of these projects have been denounced already, please do tell us. Also tell us there's any upcoming projects or songs that's not on the list!
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Untitled album
Krayzie Bone - QuickFix Level 2: Music's The Medicine Krayzie Bone - 4 track EP (to be released together with his vape Strains of Legends) Krayzie Bone - Chasing The Devil Vol. 2: Salvation Krayzie Bone - Chasing The Devil Vol. 3: Revelation Krayzie Bone - Leathaface The Legends Vol. 2 Krayzie Bone - Krayzie Melodies Krayzie Bone - Red Eye: Last Flight (Weed album) Krayzie Bone - The Fixtape Vol 5: Injection Krayzie Bone - Thug Mentality 1999 (Rerelease with a third disc featuring leftovers from the album) Krayzie Bone - Cleveland Is The City (compilation featuring artists from Cleveland) Krayzie Bone - Untitled The Life Ent. compilation
Layzie Bone - Perfect Timing Layzie Bone - The Collections Layzie Bone - Annhiliation
Wish Bone - Unitled solo album
Krayzie Bone - Assassin Part 2: The Hitlist Krayzie Bone - Assassin Part 3 Bow Wow Feat. Bone Thugs - Don't Watch My Pockets
Bone Thugs - Sons of St. Clair (Documentary) Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Biopic (Movie) Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Down '71 (Video)
That solo Wish album was given the name "Recognize" last year. I don't know if that title will change or not, but at least it's a name from an official source (Krayzie) unlike the fan made title "Wishmaster" which I think both Wish and Krayzie laughed at when someone asked them about that album.
Post by eternal moving on Aug 24, 2018 8:36:23 GMT
Berner's album is dropping September 7th so we might get let's hope his collab with Krayzie is on it!
dinobot Yeah I really hope BTNH releases another classic as a group. I agree about the retail version of TWE, there was a lot of dope tracks recorded for that project though so it could've turned out much better. And at least we've got most of the tracks recorded for it as well! I'm more of an old school dude as well so I'm hoping we'll hear them on some smooth old school production as well as some raw hard beats in the future, New Waves wasn't really my cup of tea. I also hope that they'll go back to harmonizing more, that they'll drop ad-libs one each others verses, have verses together, and sing more of their own hooks.