Colmega has been busy lately giving flowers to hip-hop artists he believes deserve far more props than they actually get, with Bone Thugs and Harmony next on his list. there is
On Saturday (June 10), the Queensbridge rapper took to Instagram to describe Crazy Bone, Lazy Bone, Busy Bone, Wish Bone and Fresh and Bone as “one of the most unique rap groups ever.” One,” he praised.
“Before Eazy-E passed away, he reminded us of his insight as a music executive. One of the groups,” Komega captioned a photo of the group minus Fresh, who was likely in jail at the time of filming. “They harmonize like a choir while simultaneously lyrically matching the precision of the rap group and verbally switching between tempos perfectly.”
Colmega then turned to two of the group’s signature songs, “1st of tha Month” and “Tha Crossroads”, explaining how the sentiment of the latter beats none to this day.
“Their song ‘1st Of The Month’ was a catchy hit that grabbed my attention, and their music held my attention ever since,” he wrote. “I had never heard a song about death sound sonically beautiful until I heard ‘Cross Roads.’ No emotional experience has surpassed it to this day.
“To be fair and honest, they have become superstars with over 14 million records sold to date and one of the top rap groups of all time.”
Elsewhere in the post, Komega said Bone Thugs & Harmony were the only group to collaborate with both Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. before declaring the Cleveland group “future Hall of Famers.” pointed out something.
“They were also the only group to sing Tupac’s ‘Thug Luv’ and Biggie’s ‘Notorious Thugs. Every song is great in its own way. “Thug Luv” was edgy and energetic, while “Notorious Thugs” was melodic and unexpected at the time. Bone Thugs N Harmony is a future Hall of Famer recognized for his contributions to the genre. Kudos to #bonesthugsnharmony. “
This isn’t the first time something like this has happened in the last few weeks. reality The rapper provided props to the legendary hip-hop group. Late last month, he expressed how he believes Gang Starr are being neglected despite their achievements and what they have brought to the game.
“I have a question? How could a group with one of the most innovative lyricists and a prolific producer on Mount Rushmore in the production world be ignored?” he asked. “The list mentions groups and you can see it excludes profane gangsters. Some people’s opinions blur the lines of reality. .”
Furthermore, “Together, Guru and Premier have created a catalog of albums that have stood the test of time. They should never be excluded from the top group discussion of being elite. Rest in the guru of poetic grace.” Please, and respect the Prime Minister.”
Meanwhile, Crazy Bone recently weighed in on the debate over the lack of rap groups in contemporary music, blaming “egos” and “selfishness” getting in the way.
“Everyone wants to be or Everyone in the group wants to be the frontman,” he told Power 106 Los Angeles. “And even if you did create a group, it would only last for the first project. The egos would kick in…they would split. It would always happen, brothers. Always.”