(AllHipHop News) Last night (April 17) all five members of Cleveland bred rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony performed together at Microsoft’s Nova venue next to the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles.
Opening up for the multi-platinum and Grammy Award winning rap group was Cleveland rapper Caine who is signed to The Life Entertainment.
Krayzie, Flesh, Wish, Layzie and Bizzy all took to the stage via their recent hit with Ty Dolla $ign, “Everything 100” and proceeded to perform song after song from their critically catalog.
“This like our second home out here,” Layzie Bone told a packed crowd of fans embedded in a cloud of thick smoke.
“We gonna take it back to 1997,” Wish Bone said as the group specifically performed hits from their Art Of War series of projects.
During the show Bone honored The Notorious B.I.G., Tupac and the late-visionary Eazy-E, who discovered Bone and signed them to Ruthless Records.
“Rest in Peace Eazy-mutha f*ckin E!!!!!” the group yelled as they closed out their song “Foe the Love of Money.”
The group also performed a number of their hits including but not limited to, “Body Rott,” “Look Into My Eyes,” “1st Of the Month,” “Thuggish Ruggish Bone,” “Notorious Thugs,” “Thug Love” “If I Could Teach The World,” “Family Tree,” “Blaze It,” “The Weed Song” and “How Many of Us Have Them” a remix to Whodini’s “Friends.”
In addition to some their greatest hits, Bone also shot the video for Krayzie Bone’s new song “Ride For Me.”
The show comes on a heels of a recent announcement that Krayzie Bone canceled shows after suffering from an “intense case of pneumonia” induced by his recent diagnosis of sarcoidosis, an autoimmune disease that attacks the lungs.
Last month Krayzie Bone told fans via Twitter about complications with the sickness.
“Canada thank you for your support sorry I had to cut it short due to sickness but I will be back to make those dates up soon! Much love,” he said on Twitter
Since that time Krayzie has raised awareness about the disease that appears in the body as a collection of inflamed cells.
The ailment claimed the life of comedian Bernie Mac and disproportionately affects African-Americans.