Bone thugs-n-harmony is known for their rapping style and numerous hit singles that’ve inspired many rappers of today.

Recently appearing on The Arsenio Hall Show, Bone talked about aiming for one of their goals–an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

“We feel blessed to be contributed something so substantial to music and now we aiming for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which is in Cleveland,” Layzie Bone said when asked about the group’s unique style. “We marching for it and we want that star on Hollywood.” 

The group also talked about how they developed their rapping style and their impact on Hip Hop music as a whole.

“We were around the burning barrel in our neighborhood, over the years putting more and more words into our sentences and them flipping them into the cadence of the beat, double-timing and then over the years, with the singing and all it just all started blending,” Layzie said. “We married hardcore rap and melodic sounds together and it was the first time it was did so now you’ve got your R&B doing Bone thugs-n-harmony, you’ve got every Hip Hop artist that’s out being influenced by what we did so it’s just like we very happy to be here.”

Bone thugs-n-harmony has recently been touring. Krayzie Bone recently told HipHopDX Art of War III is not “what everyone thinks” it is. The group headlined “West Coast Feast” in November with DJ Quik and performed at Rock The Bells with a hologram of Eazy-E in September.

Watch the full interview with Arsenio Hall below: 

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