Layzie Bone recently said that a Bone Thugs-n-Harmony reunion album could happen, if Dr. Dre says the word.

Layze was recently a guest on Gangster Chronicles and discussed why they haven’t worked with Dr. Dre, despite their ties to him through Eazy-E, who signed them to his label and gave the Cleveland group their break.

“When the opportunity was presenting itself, we was internally fucked up,” Layzie Bone said. “And that n-gga Dre was like, ‘If I can’t have all five of y’all, I ain’t fucking wit y’all. And that was that. So hopefully one day hell get it. I know all of us individually tried. I mean, that’s Dre. Who don’t want a Dre beat? We all tried to go individually but the way the word got back to me was like, ‘Dre said if he can’t have all y’all, it’s no beat.”

He said that if the opportunity were to present itself now, they’d hop on it. “Wassup Dre? One call from Dre, watch how fast all five n-ggas get together,” he said. “Let’s preach on that. I’ll drop everything I’m doing for an opportunity to work with Dr. Dre. I’m pretty sure my n-ggas feel the same way.”

Dr. Dre beat or not, Bone is feeling the love as of late — they’re finally set to have a street named for them in their hometown of Cleveland, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Way. Spearheaded by the Spread the Love Foundation, Cleveland City Councilman Anthony Hairston and Ward 10 (as well as sponsors like the St. Luke’s Foundation, Famicos Foundation and City of Cleveland), the street-naming ceremony will take place on August 11 from noon to 2 p.m. local time with all five members in tow.

“Growing up on that street was crazy,” Krayzie Bone told ROCK THE BELLS. “We had many, many adventures on that street. We got in so much trouble. Our street was 99th and St. Clair, but we renamed our street because of the two nines—the 99—we called it ‘Double Glock.’ I remember we shot the streetlights out on the street so the police would no longer ride down it. At night, they would only come to the corner of the street, shine their lights down there and keep driving past. They wouldn’t come down the street. Every time they would have somebody fix the light, we’d take it right back out with either a BB gun or a little .22 rifle.”

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