Must See: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Perform ‘Crossroads’ On ‘Arsenio’

Published: Saturday 11th Jan 2014 by David

19 years after their second studio album topped the Billboard 200, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony took their signature song ‘Crossroads’ to CBS‘ ‘Arsenio’, and joining the host for an interview which saw them discuss their legacy and latest studio album.

If that wasn’t enough, their time on the hit show also brought with a live rendition of ‘Everyhing 100‘, featuring Taylor Gang‘s Ty Dolla Sign.

Watch below!

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  1. TrellBeyLike January 11, 2014

    BEST RAP GROUP EVER. Bone thugs still got it!

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  3. stephy Tha lambily January 11, 2014

    Legendary song. Every time I hear this song it sends chills down my spine..

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    YES! What happened to Hip hop?

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    I can’t wait until this over the top phase ends in Hip Hop… So tired of turning up, getting high, f******, shooting n*****, well maybe not f****** but everything else

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