According to HipHopWired
They plan to auction just one copy of their new, and allegedly final record together next year, but Bone Thugs-N-Harmony insisted that the public will get their hands on it, too.
“One person is not going to control it,” Krayzie Bone exclusively told HipHopWired.com after the group’s intimate, energetic performance Monday night (Aug. 11) at S.O.B’s in Manhattan. “It’s going to be an album that everybody can listen to, buy and enjoy.”
Although the veteran Hip-Hop group’s decision to go the Wu-Tang route and auction just one album doesn’t jibe with making the new music available to the masses, Krayzie Bone asked Bone Thugs-N-Harmony fans to trust them, and reiterated that they will get to hear it.