Bone Thugs N Harmony made a successful comeback last year with the chart-topping Strenght & Loyality, but somehow founding member Krayzie Bone has found time to record a solo album. Dubbed Just One Mo Hit, it came out this week. Featuring the same mix of smooth R&B tunes and street-wise raps you’d find on a Bone album, the disc is the second in what Krayzie calls the “fixtape” series. He recently talked about the album. —Jeff Niesel
Talk about the solo album. How long has it been in the works?
Oh man, I started working on it right after I finished [2008’s] The Fixtape, Volume 1. I just stayed with it. That’s how I do. Once I complete one project, I get right to the next. No vacation or nothin’. I like to stay workin’. Music just motivates me. I can hear music and go for days and days. It was always in the making. I’m satisfied with the project, too.
I know you sometimes handle production duties with Bone. Did you produce most of your solo disc?
I had some outside producers. I had one guy signed to my production company; his name is Position. You’ll be hearing a lot of his production on my upcoming projects. We definitely got a lot of things in the making. Plus, I’ll be doing some production myself.