Krayzie Bone Dropping New Solo Album 'Just One Mo Hit'

Grammy Award winning rap star Krayzie Bone is offering a new collection of music as he readies his fifth solo album Just One Mo Hit.
The RBC Records project is the follow-up to the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member’s 2005 independent release Gemini: Good vs. Evil and his 2008 mixtape, The Fixtape Vol. 1: Smoke On This.

As a member of Bone, Krayzie Bone appeared on various hit singles from the collective, including "Tha Crossroads," "1st of The Month," "Thuggish Ruggish Bone,” "Notorious Thugs" and the Akon-assisted "I Tried."

The latter song was featured on Bone’s 2007 opus Strength and Loyalty, which has sold more than 500,000 copies.

The quintet is currently working on their forthcoming album Uni-5.

Krayzie Bone's solo outings have generated continued success that began with his debut album Thug Mentality in 1999 and continued with 2001's Thug on da Line.

In 2006, the Cleveland rhymesayer won a Grammy for his appearance on the hit Chamillionaire single "Ridin'."

Krayzie Bone's Just One Mo Hit is slated to hit stores March 24.