The original members of Bones Thugs-N-Harmony (Bizzy, Krayzie, Wish, Layzie, Flesh, Sleepy, Slappy and Doc Bone) are reuniting for their first album since 2000's BTNHRESURRECTION.
The new album, Uni5: The World’s Enemy, is due on December 22.
Flesh was in prison for most of the past decade on an assault charge, which kinda kept the original crew from making records together (though there have been various Bone records over the past nine years). He was released in July 2008.
The Cleveland hip-hop group will hold a Q&A session next Thursday at 7 p.m. on Ustream.tv. Fans can ask questions — like, "What's up with your hair, dawg?" — via Ustream’s Facebook application.
The first single, “See Me Shine,” is floating around the Internet. Go find it. —Michael Gallucci
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