Confirmed, Kevin Federline to Duet With Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Kevin Federline is set to team up with hip-hop musical act Bone Thugs-N-Harmony for his upcoming studio album. In regard of the collaboration, one of the group's members Layzie Bone says, "As Bone Thugs N Harmony with a brand new platform, we're coming to show everybody what type of real hitmakers we are."
Layzie further notes, "We're gonna make a multi-platinum album and party with the paparazzi. We coming to prove y'all wrong TMZ! Kevin Federline is gonna be platinum when Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is done with him." Kevin meanwhile says to "appreciate these guys coming and looking at this project for what it is."
Music producer LT Hutton, the same man who made music for Tupac Shakur's 2006 record "Pac's Life", says that Kevin and Bone Thugs are right now working on a song called "Paparazzi Music." The track will be "a soundtrack for when you're chasing people down" when it is finished, so he claims.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have been rumored to work with Kevin Federline in his new album earlier this month. Though admitting to have been involved in "business conversations," Krayzie Bone stated at that time the necessity of listening to Kevin's music first before deciding to do "something with him."
Kevin has so far released one studio album titled "Playing With Fire" in 2006. Though listing his ex-wife Britney Spears as a featured guest, the album unfortunately failed to chart, only peaking at number 151 on Billboard Hot 200.
Kevin Federline and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony confirming their duet:
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