-- Mick Boogie, DJ, Cleveland
"Definitely Bone's E 1999 Eternal. That set the standard that all Cleveland artists were judged by."
-- Siege, MC, Edotkom
"I am biased, but I'd say Honeypot's Homebody. Best hip-hop album out of Northeast Ohio, unless you're counting Bone Thugs, and even then, it's better."
-- Joe Minadeo, producer, Homebody, Cleveland
"Creepin on Ah Come Up, from Bones. Every song is good."
-- Johnny Givens, MC, Cleveland
Question of the week: If you still buy music, where do you buy it?