Since embarking on a solo career, Krayzie Bone has blessed the world with dozens of albums, mixtapes and memorable features. The Bone Thugs-n-Harmony frontman recently sat down with DJ Vlad to discuss both his current and upcoming projects, which notably includes Chasing the Devil, Krayzie Bone's first studio album in ten years. Aside from focusing on his own career, Bone also develops several artists and is looking to get his music business-related show picked up by a major network.
In the end, Krayzie Bone said it's the love for music that has kept him in the game since the early 90s. "'Cause if I didn't have that I [would've] been left all of this alone," he stated. Watch above.