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Rap Supergroups: Retro edition pt. 2

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony

Formed in 91’ by Krayzie, Layzie, Flesh, Wish and Bizzy Bone, The Bone Thugs-n-harmony brought melodic, genre defining anthems that had both soul and edge.

The collective seamlessly floated on tracks in tandem on hits like “Crossroads”, “1st of the month” and “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” and are the only group to have collabed with Biggie, Tupac, Big Pun and Eazy-E.


Three 6 Mafia

DJ Paul and Juicy J formed Three 6 Mafia in 91’ out of Memphis, Tennessee starting out as a horror-themed rap group but eventually reaching mainstream success. 

Three 6 is known for influencing a huge roster of artists and are credited pioneers of the modern trap sound and aesthetic. They have also won an Academy Award for their song “It’s Hard out here for a pimp”, featured in 2005’s Hustle & Flow starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson. Also being the first rap to perform at the Oscars.


For 25 years the LOX, composed of Styles P, Jadakiss and Sheek Louch, have kept NYC on its toes with their tenacity, adaptability and sheer talent. Hailing from Yonkers, The LOX embody loyalty and longevity by lasting through the changing tides of Hip-Hop but also facing off against numerous rap and business adversaries. 

Some of their most impactful tracks are “Money, Power & Respect ft. DMX and Lil Kim”, “All for the Love” and “Give it to em’”.


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