Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's blockbuster album, 'Uni5: The World's Enemy,' is its first release in more than 15 years with all five members in tow. Though 'Uni5: The World's Enemy' updates Bone's signature sound and style into a less abrasive, more reflective incarnation, the group's potency has only been heightened.
Although Flesh-N-Bone was arrested in the late 1990's and sentenced to more than a decade in prison, having all five group members working in unison on 'Uni5: The World's Enemy' gave the collection more significance in a robust effort. The unity of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony shines throughout 'Uni5: The World's Enemy.'
The piano-accented 'Facts Don't Lie' features the group coming together to document its history and cement its status as the rap game's original thugs, while the melodic 'Pay What They Owe' details how Bone changed the music world.
Long-time Bone fans know that one of the group's strengths is its ability to make credible inspirational music. The moody 'My Life' and the bluesy 'Determination' encourage fans to look for the positive in life and to not give up in the face of
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony reaches its creative apex on 'Uni5: The World's Enemy.' It's an album that could have only been made by worldly, battle-tested, street-savvy men who have tasted success and disappointment, who have known triumph and failure.