Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are heading back to the studio as a full group and embarking on a world tour.
But, if owning their full length album is what’s on the top of the list, you better have a hefty bank account. According to the band, they are recording the album and auctioning off one single copy of the album with at least a $1 million asking price. This falls on the heels of Wu-Tang Clan’s plan to release one copy of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin for a seven-figure asking price.
Wu-Tang member RZA claims he received a $5 million offer for their album and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are looking to follow suit.
The band says they will hit 20 countries on their world tour, which will kick off in December.
The Cleveland, Ohio band are currently celebrating the return of Lebron James to the Cleveland Cavs. “He brought hope back to the city,” Wish said after the announcement was made. “The entire city is already partying downtown. I am here now! All of my neighbors were screaming and yelling. Everyone is going crazy.”
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have four top 5 albums since their inception in 1993. This would be their tenth studio release.
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