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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Bone Thugs N Harmony Taps Local Rapper To Accompany Them on Upcoming Tour

Posted By on Wed, Jul 14, 2021 at 1:10 PM

Layzie Bone (left) and Cleveland's Catfish Walkin'. - COURTESY OF CATFISH WALKIN'
  • Courtesy of Catfish Walkin'
  • Layzie Bone (left) and Cleveland's Catfish Walkin'.
Locally based rapper and producer Catfish Walkin’ released his debut album, Back from the Dead, earlier this year, and it caught the attention of Cleveland’s Bone Thugs N Harmony, who’ve enlisted him to accompany it on its year-long tour that kicks off on July 30.

There's no Cleveland date yet, but it's likely Bone Thugs and Catfish Walkin' will add a Northeast Ohio appearance to the trek.



In addition, Catfish Walkin’ will also release a new song featuring Bone Thugs' Layzie Bone later this month.

Back from the Dead
is currently available worldwide on all distribution sites.

“The album has been very well-received,” says Catfish Walkin’, who has the kind of distinctive delivery for which Bone Thugs is known, in an email exchange. “Back from the Dead is the type of album that you can put on and play from start to finish and then do it all over again.

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