Bizzy Bone Thinks Today’s Rappers Won’t Be Remembered In 25 Years

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Bizzy Bone Thinks Today’s Rappers Won’t Be Remembered In 25 Years

25 years ago Big Boy made one of his first interviews on the radio with the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and now the rap vet Bizzy Bone sat down once again for over an hour-long interview with the Real 92,3 FM’s host, which was uploaded on November 4th.

Going back and forth through the hip-hop history crafted in the years, the conversation reminisces the days when the legendary rap group made its way to create collaboration with Eazy-E when no one believed, even people from their inner circle thought it’s not going to happen. The track “Foe Tha Love Of $” came with a video back in 1995. Check it out here:

Bizzy Bone and Migos

Later on, the interview goes fast forward to the end of 2018. The social media was flooded by the news for the beef between Migos and Bone Thugs. At 13 minutes mark of the video Bizzy revealed to the listeners and Big Boy that the social media drove the Migos situation so far, according to the rapper the internet didn’t rejoice the quiet end, bragging for more “I ended it with such a smile, but nobody wants that end” Bizzy said.

When the latest album of Bizzy “Carbon Monoxide” came in the conversation, the 43-year-old rapper showed some appreciation for Migos and the beef they had.

“I got to thank Migos, ‘cuz I felt like, you know they sparked something in me and that’s a good thing”

After bringing the new generation on the table, Big Boy asked if Bizzy thinks any of the new generation rappers would do an interview again in 25 years from now. After a short pause, Bizzy’s answer came negative.

“I’d say no because social media now, it chews you up and spits you right on out”.

At the 40 minutes mark, the Bone Thugs-N-harmony member opens up about working with Biggie and Tupac.

“I’ll be honest with you, my dream came true. I wanted to get high with Pac, get drunk with Pac and do a song with Pac”

Check out the full interview here:



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