Krayzie Bone and Bizzy Bone released this project together under the name Bone Thugs which is a slight variation on Bone Thugs N Harmony. Krayzie was probably always the hardest working and most dedicated out of the group. This album wasn’t too bad. I think I could see the direction they were trying to go. I don’t know if they quite got there but it was a good effort. They are missing some of the more melodic and popular singles that they have released in the past. Instead they try to put out more inspiring and uplifting music with a message, but I think some of the songs just fall short. All in all this is not a bad release. If you are a fan of Bone Thugs, you’ll probably dig it. If you are expecting to hear Thuggish Ruggish Bone and Crossroads, you are not going to get that at all.