Bone Thugs-N-Harmony To Auction One Copy Of Reunion Album For $1 Million


(AllHipHop News) Wu-Tang Clan shocked the world when the group announced they would be releasing only one copy of their Once Upon A Time In Shaolin album, and RZA later said he received a $5 million bid for the collector’s item. That idea has apparently sparked another legendary 90’s rap group to do the same with their upcoming project.

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According to TMZ, all five members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are reuniting to produce one final album. It will literally be one album. The Cleveland emcees plan to auction the project for an asking price of at least $1 million.

Fans that cannot afford to put up an offer will still have the opportunity to experience Bone together again. The crew is planning a 20-country world tour starting in December. The album auction is set to take place in 2015.

Reports of tension within the group have surrounded Bone for years, but Bizzy Bone told in 2013 when disagreements happen between group members, they take a break from each other and then come back together to work later.

“It’s five brothers from the Midwest. It’s gonna be some tension. It’s gonna be some fighting,” said Bizzy. “It ain’t as drastic as people are thinking. It ain’t like this big explosion where everybody gets mad. Nah, a brother go to his own house for a couple of months and get things out and meet back up like okay let’s go find something else. So that’s how men of Bone get things accomplished.”

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