News: Krayzie Bone Clarifies Possible K-Fed Signing Rumors, "I Like To Roll W/ The Underdogs"

Friday, Feb 6, 2009 12:03PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Bone Thugs N Harmony's Krayzie Bone has spoken on the recent rumors of Kevin Federline reportedly signing with him or one of his group's record companies.

The Cleveland, Ohio-bred emcee said a deal could be on the table.

"Some of his people did reach out to my people and it was business conversations back and forth possibly doing something with him," Krayzie said during an on-street interview. "Whether it was music or him signing to us, basically, what we left is you know, we want to hear his music. If his music is what everybody says it is...We definitely want to listen to what he got...From me, hearing from my people the kinda person he is, it really kinda attracted me to him...I like to roll with the underdogs." (TMZ)

Recent blog postings reported K-Fed already signing with Mo Thugs Records.

"I heard the CEO of Mo Thugs Records signed K-Fed and the white rapper will appear on the song "Change Gone Come [Remix]," an unknown source wrote. "A guy named Big Caz is allegedly involved in this, but I am not sure who that is. Anyway, this rumor say that K-Fed will be talking about his ex-wife and some other stuff. Feddy Fed is supposedly going to be working "with" Bizzy Bone really soon too, if it hasn't already happened. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is rumored to be very happy about this. It is my understanding that Layzie Bone is the actual owner of Mo Thugs Records." (Dance Hall Areaz)

K-Fed is most known for his marriage to Britney Spears and releasing one hip-hop album.

His first official single became "Lose Control," which he debuted on the "Teen Choice Awards" show in late summer 2006. Preparing for the release of his first album, Federline also took acting and performing gigs that suggested he embraced his image as "America's Most Hated": he played a thug on an October 2006 episode of "CSI" and later that month appeared as himself on an episode of "WWE RAW." His debut, Playing with Fire, arrived at the end of the month. (All Music)

Bone Thugs' latest album dropped nearly two years ago.

In 2005 the band reunited again minus Bizzy Bone. In September of that year the Internet-only release Bone 4 Life appeared. Then in 2006, it was announced that Bone had signed to Swizz Beatz's Full Surface Records, which was distributed by Interscope. Their first album for the label, Strength and Loyalty, appeared in the spring of 2007 with guest spots from the Game, Mariah Carey, Akon, Bow Wow, and Twista. (Billboard)

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