E. 1999 Eternal is the second studio album by American hip hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, released July 25, 1995, on Ruthless Records. Last year, Krayzie Bone announced that Bone Thugs N Harmony was planning on releasing a $1 million album called East 1999 Legends.
Now, during an interview conducted recently, the B.O.N.E. group member told DX they’re rethinking that a bit, but are still planning on dropping something.
“We wanted to fall back and rethink everything as far as that album [is concerned] but we are going to work on something to get the whole campaign for the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame nomination moving and all that,” he said via a segment of Friday’s DX Daily. “It’s going to be in a big movement like that so that’s what I want to just like slow down and re-think everything and make sure that it’s dope.”
Krayzie returned to his solo career in 2015 with Chasing the Devil, an album released by the eOne label. In 2017, he teamed up with Bizzy Bone for New Waves, which they issued as an official Bone Thugs-N-Harmony album. That same year — in the same week, no less — Krayzie released Thug Brothers 2, a collaboration with Young Noble of the Outlawz, as well as his sixth mixtape, Eternal Legend
Krayzie Bone’s most recent album, Chasing the Devil.
2. No Evil
3. Original Thugstas
4. Living Life
5. Inhale, Exhale
7. Ryder Song
8. Lights Off
9. Rolling (feat. Young Noble)
10. Til It’s Over