Bone Thugs-n-Harmony - Style and Technique

Style and Technique

Bone's style can be described as melodic, yet rapid-fire and gangsta. Their flow is often interwoven at a high-speed, melodic pace or slow, harmonic pace. They also tend to ride the beat that they're rapping over. They often describe their style as the "flip flop flow". Sometimes there are very few choruses separating their verses from one another. In the beginning, circa Faces of Death, Bone used a pseudo-Jamaican patois delivery with their trademark style, though they rarely do this now. Bone's subject matter has both spiritual and occult undertones (e.g., "Hell Sent", "Intro", "Mr. Ouija", "Mr. Ouija 2" and "Da Introduction"). At first, their subject matter was almost always exclusively about violence, death and smoking marijuana. Today, however, their subject matter includes other topics such as urban socio-political issues, positive messages, their old friend and mentor Eazy-E and religion. Besides minor changes to subject matter and sound, their lyrical style, elocution, and overall methodology remain intact and have influenced many new artists today who have picked up this unique style.

Read more about this topic:  Bone Thugs-n-Harmony

Other articles related to "style and technique, style, technique, techniques":

Les Edwards - Style and Technique
... on landscapes, and what he views as a more 'romantic style' ... being developed using washes of a neutral coloured acryclic, usually brown, a technique Edwards says he borrowed from 'the old masters' ... although he continues to express a preference for traditional painting techniques ...
Yvon Deschamps - Style
... In the beginning, Yvon Deschamps' never-named "character" was distinguished by his spectacular naïvete, which served as a vehicle for Deschamps to tackle delicate subjects such as racism ... In Nigger Black, for instance, the character recalled boyhood surprise upon learning that "Nègres" were no more nor less than human beings like him, neither better nor worse Us, we had some on our street they lived in the same houses we did, went to the same schools ...
Yakshagana - Variations - Badagutittu
... The Badagutittu style, as its name indicates, is prevalent in Northern parts of South Canara, that is, from Padubidri to Byndoor and North Kanara District ... The Badagutittu style was popularized by Shivram Karanth's Yakshagana Mandira at Saligrama village in Dakshina Kannada as a shorter, more modern form of Yakshagana ... troupe, Idagunji Mahaganapathi Yakshagana Mandali is an exponent of this style of Yakshagana ...
J. M. W. Turner - Art - Style
... His distinctive style of painting, in which he used watercolour technique with oil paints, created lightness, fluency, and ephemeral atmospheric effects ... A prime example of his mature style can be seen in Rain, Steam and Speed - The Great Western Railway, where the objects are barely recognizable ... Claude Monet, carefully studied his techniques ...
Wild Side Story - Origins, Style and Technique
... The piece was originally called West Side Tuna because of their preceding highly charismatic, but theatrically needy production, The Hot Tuna Revue, in which, as Del Rio later admitted, "We were just giving faces" ... It opened officially as Wild Side Story on August 8, 1973. ...

Famous quotes containing the words style and, technique and/or style:

    All my stories are webs of style and none seems at first blush to contain much kinetic matter.... For me “style” is matter.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    A successful social technique consists perhaps in finding unobjectionable means for individual self-assertion.
    Eric Hoffer (1902–1983)

    American universities are organized on the principle of the nuclear rather than the extended family. Graduate students are grimly trained to be technicians rather than connoisseurs. The old German style of universal scholarship has gone.
    Camille Paglia (b. 1947)