Some artists are destined for a long career in the music industry (Madonna, Snoop Dogg, etc.) and some are not (N’Sync, New Boyz, etc.). I think we all know which side of that equation Bone Thugs N’ Harmony fall on. More than a decade ago, when I first started listening to BTHN, I had no idea I’d someday be writing an introduction to their latest prospective single, Gangsta’s Glory; and yet here I am. Backed by a retro, laid back beat (contributed by Matt Velo) and a sampled feature from the eternal Eazy E, on Gangsta’s Glory the Bone brothers deliver an old school vibe on the dangers of the modern day ghetto life. Each member puts forth the same energy and creativity that we’ve heard from them since they began in ’91, but will audiences still feel love for BTNH after so many years? We’ll find out soon. If you liked this track be sure to be on the lookout for their newest album, Uni5: The World’s Enemy, dropping in late March.
Written by Sigurd on 02/2/10
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"Still No Surrender" (2006)
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