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Who was the biggest group of the mid 90's bone thugs, the wu or fugees?

5th Letter
5th Letter Black Identified Extremist Members, Moderators, Writer Posts: 37,068 Regulator
edited October 2011 in The Face Off Forum
Which group in your opinion was the biggest/best group between 94-96?

Bone thugs

Creepin on ah come up 1994
East 1999: eternal 1995
Flesh n bone t.h.u.g.s 1996

Wu tang

36 chambers (dropped in late 93 but it rode into 94)
Method man tical 1994
ODB return to the 36 chambers the 🤬 version 1995
Raekwon only built 4 Cuban links 1995
Gza liquid swords 1995
Ghostface killah iron man 1996

Fugees

Blunted on reality 1994
The score 1996
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Comments

  • StillFaggyAF
    StillFaggyAF Queer LGBT CommunityMembers Posts: 40,358 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2011
    I would love to say the Fugees but Wu wins this one
  • a_list
    a_list Members Posts: 4,886 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2011
    goin with the wu
  • idoitforhiphop10
    idoitforhiphop10 Members Posts: 5,973 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2011
    jamacia wrote: »
    Which group in your opinion was the biggest/best group between 94-96?

    Bone thugs

    Creepin on ah come up 1994
    East 1999: eternal 1995
    Flesh n bone t.h.u.g.s 1996

    Wu tang

    36 chambers (dropped in late 93 but it rode into 94)
    Method man tical 1994
    ODB return to the 36 chambers the 🤬 version 1995
    Raekwon only built 4 Cuban links 1995
    Gza liquid swords 1995
    Ghostface killah iron man 1996

    Fugees

    Blunted on reality 1994
    The score 1996

    it's hard not to say wu tang wit albums like these released.
  • Hotflow.FM
    Hotflow.FM Members Posts: 3
    edited October 2011
  • dalyricalbandit
    dalyricalbandit Co-Owner Of AllhipHop.com, Super Moderator, Administrator, Moderator Members, Moderators Posts: 67,918 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    Wu Tang Clan ain't nothin to 🤬 wit
  • CJ
    CJ Members Posts: 15,312 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2011
    Wu Tang Clan ain't nothin to 🤬 wit

    ..............
  • southernmade
    southernmade Members Posts: 2,450 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2011
    Wu was probably bigger....

    I was young when the 90's ended as well But I was a real heavy bone fan back then.....and them boys were winning grammy's
  • da champ
    da champ Members Posts: 1,091
    edited October 2011
    ya'll just gon' leave out Naughty By Nature?


    wait...you said mid-90s?

    Gotta go with Wu. They have the advantage of group and solo releases.
  • ibedamned
    ibedamned Members Posts: 3,098 ✭✭
    edited October 2011
    I 🤬 w bone more, never heard of the fugees til the score dropped. But Wu wins this argument easily, and i just started likin them.
  • 5th Letter
    5th Letter Black Identified Extremist Members, Moderators, Writer Posts: 37,068 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    ibedamned wrote: »
    I 🤬 w bone more, never heard of the fugees til the score dropped. But Wu wins this argument easily, and i just started likin them.

    Me too I was more into bone back then. I liked the wu and fugees too.
  • Bigavelli
    Bigavelli Members Posts: 3,465
    edited October 2011
    Bone Thugs were the most talented out them


    Emotion, Lyrical Content and Message, dope Beats, dope Hooks/Melody, Substance and original Flow


    What more can you ask for?
  • Bigavelli
    Bigavelli Members Posts: 3,465
    edited October 2011
    jamacia wrote: »
    Me too I was more into bone back then. I liked the wu and fugees too.



    You actully like Bone Thugs? wow never though that would be the case
  • XIII
    XIII Members Posts: 631
    edited October 2011
    wu-tang win by virtue of them having the biggest (and the most) singles out.

    shimmy shimmy ya, all that i need, brooklyn zoo, daytona 500
  • 5th Letter
    5th Letter Black Identified Extremist Members, Moderators, Writer Posts: 37,068 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    Bigavelli wrote: »
    Bone Thugs were the most talented out them


    Emotion, Lyrical Content and Message, dope Beats, dope Hooks/Melody, Substance and original Flow


    What more can you ask for?

    Looks like you're describing eminem
  • Bigavelli
    Bigavelli Members Posts: 3,465
    edited October 2011
    XIII wrote: »
    wu-tang win by virtue of them having the biggest (and the most) singles out.

    shimmy shimmy ya, all that i need, brooklyn zoo, daytona 500



    But when it comes to quality of Music and making good Songs basically overall Song Writting



    Bone Thugs are way better than Wu Tang
  • Bigavelli
    Bigavelli Members Posts: 3,465
    edited October 2011
    jamacia wrote: »
    Looks like you're describing eminem


    I mean that can describe so many Artists but Bone Thugs were about before most so that's the other thing they influenced all these Artists that have those qualies cos Bone Thugs been around since forever really


    You just did not strike me as a Bone Thugs type dude


    When i think of your taste i think of people like Slaughterhouse, Cannibus, Cory Gunz, Immortal Tech, J Cole etc basically very Back Pack simple Music not based on Substance or Emotion or great Beats but just random Rapping over bland Beats



    But Bone Thugs to me anyway are legends and i say that with out them even being my fave group
  • swishers&dank
    swishers&dank Members Posts: 189
    edited October 2011
    wu was my personal favorite but bone dropped 3 str8 classics..
  • dalyricalbandit
    dalyricalbandit Co-Owner Of AllhipHop.com, Super Moderator, Administrator, Moderator Members, Moderators Posts: 67,918 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    The fugees sold more but Wu was/is bigger till this day
  • 5th Letter
    5th Letter Black Identified Extremist Members, Moderators, Writer Posts: 37,068 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    wu was my personal favorite but bone dropped 3 str8 classics..

    I think east 1999 was bones only classic
  • 5th Letter
    5th Letter Black Identified Extremist Members, Moderators, Writer Posts: 37,068 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    Bigavelli wrote: »
    I mean that can describe so many Artists but Bone Thugs were about before most so that's the other thing they influenced all these Artists that have those qualies cos Bone Thugs been around since forever really


    You just did not strike me as a Bone Thugs type dude


    When i think of your taste i think of people like Slaughterhouse, Cannibus, Cory Gunz, Immortal Tech, J Cole etc basically very Back Pack simple Music not based on Substance or Emotion or great Beats but just random Rapping over bland Beats



    But Bone Thugs to me anyway are legends and i say that with out them even being my fave group

    Lol whatever you say. But I was always a bone thugs fan.
  • Bigavelli
    Bigavelli Members Posts: 3,465
    edited October 2011
    Crossroads is an example of Hip Hop at it's finest such a ill Song that is timeless
  • gifted
    gifted Members Posts: 684 ✭✭✭
    edited October 2011
    Man is this really close? Wu by a long shot in practically every category and that is in no disrespect to the other groups.

    Impact- their impact is still felt today, mostly in Europe tough, RZA's influence on Kanye and many more, the merchandizing of Wu led to the Rocawears, Sean Johns
    Music- their catalogue speaks for itself; the string of classics under their belt is unmatched. They still dropping dope,near classic albums even though times might have moved on
    Longevity- they still really doing it.
    Content: Wu dropped that street conscious, pro-black, philosophy/spirituality and raw hiphop; the other groups had good content as well but the Wu did all that balanced with that street edge so they get my vote on that. Grammies and awards dont mean much to me.
  • dalyricalbandit
    dalyricalbandit Co-Owner Of AllhipHop.com, Super Moderator, Administrator, Moderator Members, Moderators Posts: 67,918 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    gifted wrote: »
    Man is this really close? Wu by a long shot in practically every category and that is in no disrespect to the other groups.

    Impact- their impact is still felt today, mostly in Europe tough, RZA's influence on Kanye and many more, the merchandizing of Wu led to the Rocawears, Sean Johns
    Music- their catalogue speaks for itself; the string of classics under their belt is unmatched. They still dropping dope,near classic albums even though times might have moved on
    Longevity- they still really doing it.
    Content: Wu dropped that street conscious, pro-black, philosophy/spirituality and raw hiphop; the other groups had good content as well but the Wu did all that balanced with that street edge so they get my vote on that. Grammies and awards dont mean much to me.

    good post...
  • 5th Letter
    5th Letter Black Identified Extremist Members, Moderators, Writer Posts: 37,068 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    Bones impact is as huge as the wu they just don't get the credit they deserve.
  • dalyricalbandit
    dalyricalbandit Co-Owner Of AllhipHop.com, Super Moderator, Administrator, Moderator Members, Moderators Posts: 67,918 Regulator
    edited October 2011
    jamacia wrote: »
    Bones impact is as huge as the wu they just don't get the credit they deserve.

    u really think that?


    not to take anything away from bone but impacted wise i cant see them being as big as Wu but thats just me