Bone Thugs N' Harmony's Layzie Bone lays it down for all to hear on THUG BY NATURE, another in the band's series of offshoot albums that started with 1997's MO THUGS: FAMILY SCRIPTURES and continued with 1998's MO THUGS CHAPTER II: FAMILY REUNION. L-Burna, as he's known for this album, continues his lyrical scorched earth policy-it's kill or be killed, a constant battle on the streets with no letup, and no end in sight. "How Long Will it Last" addresses his life expectancy, and that of his enemies, while "Deadly Musical" deals with protecting his turf-all very thuggish, and for those that are into the Bone Thugs N' Harmony world view (many, judging from their previous success), this is the kind of stuff you'll eat up. Bone's world may not be your world, but you'll be thankful for this glimpse, either to live through vicariously, or to give thanks you don't live there, too.
Carole of the Bones
Connectin' the Plots - L-Burna, WC
Fear No Man
Time Will Tell
Where You Goin? (Skit)
How Long Will It Last
Fire in Tha Hole (Skit)
There They Go - Aaron Hall, L-Burna
Still the Greatest - Big Chan, Flesh-N-Bone, L-Burna
Make My Day - Baby S, L-Burna
Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother
Thug by Nature
As the Rain
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