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Bone Thugs n Harmony are a US rap group from Cleveland, Ohio. They were signed to Ruthless Records[?] by Eazy-E in 1993. Their first EP, "Creepin on a Come Up", was produced by Yella of NWA fame and came out in 1994.

The group won a Grammy Award for its 1997 track "Crossroads".

Members
Krayzie Bone[?]
Layzie Bone
Wish Bone[?]
Flesh-n-Bone
Bizzy Bone- kicked out Sept. 2002

Discography
1994- "Creeping on a Come Up" EP
1995- E. 1999 Eternal
1997- The Art of War
1999- BTNHResurrection
2002- Thug World Order

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