In an interview with HHDX, Kurupt claimed that Tha Dogg Pound are actually working on an album with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
“Right now we’re fixing to be working on a Thug Pound album with all of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and all of Dogg Pound,” said Kurupt. "Snoop [Dogg], Daz [Dillinger], myself, Soopafly, Krayzie [Bone], Wish [Bone], Bizzy [Bone], [Flesh-N-Bone], Layzie [Bone], the whole ball of wax. These are new works.”
We guess collaborative albums are just the thing to do now for acts who are legends in their own right but haven't dropped a hit in years, which would explain last year's Wu-Block album which matched Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch.
During the interview, Kurupt also spoke on the long forgotten beef between Bone and Tha Dogg Pound. As DX points out:
Krayzie Bone took aim on “Mo Murda” off of Bone’s 1995 Grammy-winning album, E. 1999 Eternal, targeting the Death Row-artists with “Follow me / Roll, stroll down East '99 / Gotta find these Row hoes.” Layzie Bone followed one song later on “Shotz To The Double Glock” with “Niggas don’t take a wrong turn or you’ll enter the hood / Wig splitters will cover your dome / In a cut where the thugs and hustlas roam / Cleveland Browns / Dogg Pound hoes it’s on.”
Later in 1995 on Tha Dogg Pound’s multi-platinum debut album, Dogg Food, Kurupt replies on “Dogg Pound Gangstaz” with “Ain’t no harming me / Ain’t got no love for no Hoes-N-Harmony.”
But Kurupt says that it's all in the past and that he's become best friends with Layzie Bone. Aww, rap friendships are the best!
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