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Bizzy Bone

A Song for You (After Platinum)

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Since 1993, Bizzy Bone has released a lot of albums —around 25, if you count the records he's made with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Bone Brothers. Lately, he's been releasing three or four CDs a year. Dude certainly lives up to his name. Of course, this much output yields some serious clunkers; A Song for You, however, is a keeper — even if the guests don't quite match the star's enthusiasm for the material. The title track pairs Bizzy with DMX, while Good Charlotte's Joel Madden checks in with a pretty weak appearance in the otherwise sparkling "I'm the One." Thankfully, Bizzy's nasally spitfire delivery still smokes. From the socially smart "Muddy Waters" to the old-school G-Funk of "Ballin'," this is one Song worth listening to.

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