Bizzy Bone wants people to put some respect on Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s name for creating several styles in Hip Hop.
“Young architects. Goat talk. These 3 are the CREATORS of a entirely new way to approach music. Fast rapping mixed with singing. A splice of auto-tune (NO SURRENDER) fueled from Ohio native Roger Troutman. Your welcome. Do your history. Before social media in the industry when they heard BONE everybody EVERYBODY got in the studio to hurry up and act like they always rapped like that,” he captioned a post of the group and young men.
Bizzy says major labels have forced their artists to follow in their footsteps.
“I sat back and watched it. MAJOR LABELS making their artists listen to BONE over and over to duplicate it. Plagiarism at the HIGHEST of levels. I woke up and chose violence. THIS IS GOAT TALK. Pardon the Alpha male demeanor. No water bottle needed. In retrospect it feels good to have blessed Hip Hop in general.”