Krayzie Bone

Anthony Henderson (born June 17, 1973) better known as Krayzie Bone or Krayzie, is an American rapper, producer, and entrepreneur. He is a former member of the rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.

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Thug Line Records
... previously known as Thugline Records, is a record label founded by rappers Krayzie Bone and Wish Bone of rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, also known as ThugLine Family, ThugLine Soldiers and TL ... a collective of Cleveland based rap and R B groups, Krayzie Bone broke apart from the group in 1998 to establish his own roster of musicians ... is not well known, they have appeared on Krayzie Bone's solo albums Thug Mentality 1999, Thug on da Line, LeathaFace The Legends Underground (Part I) and Too Raw for Retail ...
The Collection (album Series) - Track Listing
... "Thuggish Ruggish Bone" (featuring Shatasha Williams) DJ U-Neek 440 12 ... "Fuck Tha Police (Remix)" Krayzie Bone 501 13 ... "C Land I.A." (Bizzy Bone Flesh-N-Bone) LT Hutton 431 2 ...
Tha Dogg Pound - History - Beef and Separation - External Matters
... Over the years Tha Dogg Pound had beef with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, due to Death Row Records being embroiled in a feud with Eazy-E's Ruthless Records ... Tha Dogg Pound made a diss towards The Bone Thugs, on the song "Dogg Pound Gangstaz", with Kurupt's line "Ain't got no love for no hoes in harmony." In response ... The feud ended when Snoop Dogg and Kurupt were featured on Krayzie Bone's album Thug Mentality 1999 in the song "The War Iz On." Kurupt was featured on ...
Paper (Krayzie Bone Song)
... Thug Mentality 1999 is the first solo album by rapper Krayzie Bone ... Krayzie Bone wrote and recorded over 150 songs for the album, of which thirty-eight were used ...

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