This Sunday night (the third of the month), Cleveland rap innovators Bone Thugs-N-Harmony return to The Observatory. We always love seeing the group as, along with a catalog packed with classics, they put on a great show as they're some of the most charismatic harmonious entities to ever share a group. At Burgerama last March, this cadre of Cleveland's finest emcees destroyed the stage when it was their turn to perfrom. But while when some people first hear the name Bone Thugs-N-Harmony they think of "Tha Crossroads" or "1st of the Month" or perhaps even the group's solo work like Krayzie Bone's "Thug Mentality" or his assist on Chamillionaire's "Ridin' Dirty," we at the Weekly have a very special connection to a Bone family ditty.
YouTube Screen Capture Bizzy Bone Mid-Classic
There's nothing like Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. There's also nothing like money in Ziploc bag. Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
To some of you, a tidal wave of treasure late night memories just splashed across your brain. To everyone else, I'm almost jealous that you get to experience this for the first time. So please, clear out all distractions, shut the blinds to simulate darkness, turn the lights down low and watch the following video after the jump.More »