Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Pay What You Owe

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Krayzie Bone
Album:
Unreleased

After stepping back into the Booth a few days ago with Gangsta’s Glory (which was well-received by the Booth community), Bone Thugs-N-Harmony come even harder with their latest track, Pay What You Owe, a classic BTNH banger that doesn’t disappoint in the least. Produced by the group’s own Krayzie Bone, the track’s steady, relaxed progression combined with the Bone brothers’ signature line-of-fire flows should have this feel-good offering keeping the streets alive. In order to experience the full effect of this track, turn the bass up, and if you can’t do that, go someplace where you can (I don’t know what it is with me and a good bass line). Even though Pay What You Owe isn’t on the final track listing for BTNH’s upcoming album Uni5: The World’s Enemy, set for a March release, we can expect the brothers Bone to release much more material in the coming weeks; and when they do, you’ll know where to find it.

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