Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – Wasteland Warriors

Ruthless Records

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony did what they excel at on “The Art Of War” banger “No man’s land Warriors.”

Everyone loves to despise right this minute collection, yet in actuality, hip-bounce has given us a lot of incredible ones throughout the long term. That incorporates the amazing Art Of War from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, which formally praises 24 years of presence today.

Bragging no lack material from the Cleveland group, it’s difficult to single out a particular feature to grandstand. Being that we’ve effectively praised the 2Pac-helped “Hooligan Luv” and the tone-setting “Handle The Vibe,” it’s chance to hit one out of the ballpark a light on the west-coast affected banger that is “No man’s land Warriors.” Over a hard-hitting g-funk banger from DJ U-Neek, Krayzie, Bizzy, Layzie, and extraordinary visitor Souljah Boy (the principal rapper to be named Souljah Boy, so to speak), continue to place in work like no one but they can.

While some more current fans may be careful about returning to an undertaking that is turning 24, hip-bounce heads can have confidence that Bone Thugs’ third studio collection is maturing like a fine wine. Look at “No man’s land Warriors” presently, and sound off with your musings on The Art Of War and the impact it has had on the more prominent hip-bounce scene.

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