Over the weekend, longtime Los Angeles hip-hop station 93.5 KDAY threw their “Krush Groove”, which boasts performances by the likes of Glasses Malone, Mack 10, Slick Rick, E-40,Too Short, and of course Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
The show completely sold out, thanks to all members of Bone Thugs attending for the special evening.
Although Bone Thugs continues to be a group without Bizzy Bone, they all came together for their fans, to put on an amazing show; something that has not happened in several years.
During their set, the crowd erupted at the start of their performance, remaining on their feet, singing along to every song until the house lights came on.
“The Bone performance was amazing. I didn’t even realize how big of a deal it was until I saw the five members hit the stage and melodically sing in unison ‘bone, bone, bone bone, bone’,” said 93.5 KDAY’s Devi Dev. “Having Bizzy there was such a necessity! And although tensions ran high back stage, the five of them were consummate professionals on stage and delivered a show that left the audience standing at attention yelling for more even when the venue house lights came on.”
Other special guest that night included Xzibit, DJ Quik, and Chamillionaire.
Devi Dev’s fave was Xzibit, she says: Xzibit was also a huge highlight for me. With him being a TV and movie star, that is always traveling, L.A. rarely gets the chance to see him perform. He came on as a surprise and ended up rocking a 30 minute set. I have never seen a crown more excited then when I told them ‘put your ‘X’s’ up’ and Xzibit ran on stage.”
Even Too Short got the crowd going when he invited former Hugh Hefner girlfriend Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett to shake her ass for a performance of “Blow The Whistle.” It was wild!
Over 6,000 people filled the Gibson Amphitheatre at Hollywood’s Universal Citywalk. Many say this event was historical, it is unknown as to when all five members will ever perform together again on one stage.
93.5 KDAY definitely went all out on this one.