He is best known as the youngest member of the Cleveland rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. Billboard 200 chart and #2 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and has been certified Gold by the RIAA.Bizzy Bone started his solo career in 1998 and is known for his style of combining rapid fire raps and double—sometimes triple—harmony choruses. Bizzy Bone became an underground artist and began releasing albums with little or no marketing. In 2004, Alpha and Omega was released and reached No.
I put those snippets there to commemorate our first album. It was like a remix before we understood what doing a remix was. Bizzy Bone: We didn’t know it wasn’t going to go pass welfare. The first of the month was a celebration because of welfare because you had to pay bills.When you’re on assistance, you don’t have too many bills to pay.Five minutes into a conversation with Bizzy Bone, it’s clear the most eccentric member of Bone Thugs N’ Harmony is an open book.He’s honest damn near to a fault, and there’s a level of insanity that lingers behind those keenly direct eyes.It was during this period that he met Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, Wish Bone and Flesh-n-Bone. In 2002, he appeared on the FOX series America's Most Wanted (hosted by John Walsh, Adam's father) and revealed facts about his abusive childhood and subsequent molestation. in which he thanked John Walsh and encouraged other abused children to come forward.
Bizzy Bone started in hip-hop as a founding member of the group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, which was formed in 1993. Bryon Mc Cane (aka Bizzy Bone) also wrote and performed a song on the show entitled A. All net worths are calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm.
The Gift, released on April 7, 2001, peaked at #2 on the U. 27 in the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. In 2010, he released The Greatest Rapper Alive and Crossroads: 2010.
When Bryon (Bizzy Bone) was 13 years old he went to live with his sisters and their father in Cleveland, Ohio.
Understanding Bizzy’s history before his time with the group Eazy E helped build is necessary to finding out how the Cleveland group etched its way into the mainstream’s consciousness. Bizzy has the ability to filter wisdom, advice and history through wild prose that are difficult to catch in the madness.
Then again, Bizzy isn’t here to simply indulge in conversation.
You can’t make an impact unless it’s apart of a well thought out stream. It feels good to see ICP [Insane Clown Posse] and all these other guys doing their thing. It’s nice when people can say, “I was there too,” “I was there too.” We can’t say we started it because it’s a few trendsetters that took it and went there with it. Bizzy Bone: First of all, we didn’t know that Eazy E had AIDS. We were in the mind-state of: oh snap, he’s not coming around, he might be playing us. It was more toward the end of making the record to be honest with you but, man we were just wild. DX: Is it safe to say that those actions during the album’s creation kept you guys from doing even more ridiculous stuff?