Bone Thugs Announce New Projects, Krayzie's Membership Unclear
If a press release issued by the manager of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is accurate, the group is planning to release a variety of new projects, minus group members Bizzy Bone and Krayzie Bone.
While Bizzy's absence from the group has been well documented, in recent months it was speculated that Krayzie Bone was also in the process of leaving the group.
The rumors seemed to be confirmed when Krayzie Bone announced the formation of a new label The Life Entertainment, which immediately caused friction with former group member Bizzy, who's artist claimed he owned the rights to the label name.
In a press release issued yesterday, Bone's manager Jeremy Geffen stated that the group would wrap up their 90-city tour on October 30th, in AlbuquerqueÂ New Mexico.
Wish, Layzie and Flesh-N-Bone will spend the rest of the 2010 writing a book, developing a film project and recording a new CD through a soon-to-be disclosed new recording deal.
“We’ve got a great team and big plans for BTNH for 2011 and beyond that are quickly coming to fruition," the group's manager Jeremy Geffen stated of the veteran Hip-Hop group. "I am confident that we have some exciting times ahead including marketing, TV and film synch and branding concepts as unique as the group itself.”
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are one of the best known, and best selling groups in Hip-Hop history, moving over 30 million records worldwide, since their 1994 debut Creepin' on ah Come Up on Eazy E's Ruthless Records imprint.
No further details were available on Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's upcoming albums or book.