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Bone-Appetit! [edit]
by T-Bone | Genre: Rap/Urban | Release Date: September 25, 2007

Take the best of T-Bone's last three albums, add some exclusive, sought-after tracks, and mix in a few new, tasty surprises, and you have a more-than-generous sonic feast ala T-Bone. Its diverse eighteen-track menu, which draws from his two Grammy-nominated albums, The Last Street Precha (2001) and Bone-A-Fide (2006), will satisfy the largest of fan appetites - and all "taste-buds," with exotic and experimental influences ranging from Latin, Arabic, Indian, Caribbean, and even Gypsy sounds.

The heart behind Bone Appetit! was to "capture the best of the last six years for fans," says T-Bone. As the ninth album in the music pioneer's fifteen-year recording career, it also represents a rich journey of growth through "struggles and triumphs, and good and bad times." One of the definite highlights of these years was his standout performances in the feature film and soundtrack The Fighting Temptations (with Beyonce and Cuba Gooding, Jr.).

Of all the tracks on the album, the "chef's favorite" is the new Latin/Caribbean-flavored dance gem, "Sing Your Praises" (Featuring Natalie LaRue and Mark Stuart of Audio Adrenaline), which is exclusively available in both English and Spanish on Bone Appetit! Another song on this Best Of that is not available on a previous album is the fan favorite "Raised in Harlem" from Hero: The Rock Opera. T-Bone shows the fun side of his lyrical brilliance on the comical "Pentecostal Horse Racing," as well as on the Christian artist based new song, "Name Dropping" (Feat. Eric Dawkins). If that's not enough to fill you up, for dessert T-Bone serves up a scoop of "King Of My Life" (Feat. Natalie LaRue), which is a fan favorite available only on this album.

If Bone Appetit! is what T-Bone has to show for the last six years, fans should be licking their lips in anticipation of what is to come. "My plan for the future is to continue to sue all the gifts and talents God has given me and do more movies, more music, and more books," says the tireless T-Bone.

Track Listing
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01. Follow T
02. Ride Wit Me
03. Sing Your Praises (f/ Natalie LaRue & Mark Stuart)
04. I Been Lookin' Around
05. Let That Thang Go
06. Dippin'
07. Wipe Your Tears
08. Blazin' Mics
09. Can I Live?
10. Turn This Up
11. Gospelalphamegafunkyboogiediscomusic
12. A Few Good Men
13. Shake Your Body
14. Raised In Harlem
15. King Of My Life (Feat. Natalie LaRue)
16. Penecostal Horse Racing
17. Name Droppin (Feat. Eric Dawkins)
18. Sing Your Praises (Spanish Version)

Entry last edited by DemonHunterSE on 03.10.08

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Bumpin | Posted February 28, 2008
This cd is bumpin. the songs that i like the most is probably turn this up, sing your praises and name droppin'. thats a great idea to put alot of different bands and singers in a song.

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T-bone is awesome | Posted August 13, 2007
Great person as well as a singer. I still think his "the Life of a Hoodlum" is his best but all the rest are great songs and he proves he's one of the best in Christian Gansta Rap. His heart is truly centered on Christ and being used to reach others ...check him out!

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