Legendary hip-hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony will soon be no longer performing as a five-piece band.
The ’90s icons recently announced their final show with all five original members – Krayzie, Layzie, Bizzy, Wish and Flesh – all performing together one last time as part of Bobby Dee and Snoop Dogg’s High Hopes concert.
Bizzy Bone announced his retirement from performing live with the band, posting a message to fans on instagramreading “Bizzy back on tour! People want this and I want this. I have to do 1 last tour with my brothers. After the show, however, the band will continue to tour as a quartet.
“THE FELLAS WILL KEEP TURNING AFTER!!!” his statement continued. “Please understand that last sentence and read it twice if you need to too! Buuuuuuuut at our peak, I want to make it BIG with all the original members. 5 of us,” wrote the artist.
“I’m really looking forward to it. I’ll post the dates very soon. It’s going to be fun. Get your camera phones ready!” he added.
After plugging in his latest solo project, the new album I’M BUSY, and where to find it, he concluded the post with “Love my brothers and appreciate them to the fullest! I always have and I always will. »
In the 1990s, the Grammy-winning band broke the hip-hop mold with their signature melody-rap music. They are considered, to this day, one of the greatest hip-hop groups of all time.
Bobby Dee and Snoop Dogg high hopes The concert series will feature the last of five members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony alongside a range of other barrier-breaking artists. Ice Cube, Cypress Hill, Xzibit, Warren G, Method Man, Redman, Suga Free and more will take the stage. The festival is scheduled for November 19 at Toyota Arena in Ontario, California.
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