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Hustler, rapper, artist, promoter, actor, writer, director, emcee, and the list goes on for South Minneapolis born and raised Tony Bones. Taking the music world by storm, Bones is about to release his second solo album on March 12th.

Like most true artists, his love for music began at the age of 5 where he could be heard singing in church. By the age of 14 the free styling began and at age 18 he was writing and recording music. Bones first solo album was entitled “When Hunger Strikes.”

In 2002 Tony Bones launched Long D.O.E. Records, LLC. By 2006 he extended the company with promotional branch Long Doe.

On March 12th, the place to be is the Cabooze in Minneapolis. The doors open at 9:00 p.m. and with a purchase of a ticket, all guest will receive two CD’s.

Coming together with many artists for his latest project, Tony worked with M.O.P (Mash Out Posse), Jaysun, Fiend (Ruff Ryder), Young Bleed, Macham, Do or Die, Johnny P., Freeway (Rymesayers/Cash Money), Bizzy Bone, Haystack, Phil the Agony, Krondon, Big Wiz, Koakaine, Devin the Dude, Sariah, Mike the Martyr, Terminology, The Alchemist, and BUK (Psycho Drama.)

We have a video of “I’m a Winner” which will be on Tony’s solo album–check it out below.

Read Tony’s bio here.

Be advised that there is explicit language in the video below