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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is Coming Back to Manila for Their Third Philippine Show

Hear ye, fans of 90s hip-hop.
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Ovation Productions has announced that they will be bringing Bone Thugs-N-Harmony back to the Philippines for a show on September 5, at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. It will be the group's third live performance here, following a show in 2014 and their first in 2011.

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Fans of the group should expect to see them perform a bunch of their hits: "Tha Crossroads", "Thuggish Ruggish Bone", and "1st of Tha Month" are favorites that will likely figure into their set here.

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But if you aren't yet familiar with the music of Bone Thugs—and younger millennials would be forgiven—consider them essential listening, especially if you're into the 90s and 90s hip-hop. A lot of today's clothes and sneakers are veering back into that era and that specific genre of music (yeah, that includes your Adidas Superstars and all the chunky trainers), so it's good to get acquainted.

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Tickets are now available online and at SM Ticket outlets.

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