BoneBreaker Jones
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BoneBreaker Jones

Tuskegee, AL | Established. Jan 01, 1995

Tuskegee, AL
Established on Jan, 1995
Band Hip Hop


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Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Here’s all you need to know about the ’Bama-born big man with the Four-Six flow
- BoneBreaker Jones.
(Oh, footnote: Four-Six, meaning 4-6, like 46, like the Macon County tag. It’s a
thing with folks from Tuskegee, Alabama.)
BoneBreaker Jones got his name because he, indeed, has broken a lot of bones.
But not others’ bones; his own! Turns out he was something of a daredevil as a kid
(jumping off or over all kinds of stuff and crashing) and amateur athlete as a
preteen and early teen (football and basketball injuries). Youth for Karl (born
name) was not only about delving into the dangerous, but delivering Hip-Hop heat
into whatever he could record on – handheld and desktop recorders, boomboxes
over broken earphones stuck in mic jacks...whatever). His passion for rap was
sparked in the ’80s when he first heard AJ Scratch by Kurtis Blow and 30 Days by
Run DMC. But when Boogie Down Productions dropped Criminal Minded it
was a lock! Rapping was what Karl was going to do. Then when he heard Nas spit
that lyrical perfection Memory Lane it was a wrap; That classic made Karl swear
to himself to only put his best into any mic going forward... forever.
A little later Karl goes to college and finds a flock of homies heavy into Hip-Hop
– including current go-to producer Sam Peezy – and together they co-found
Phasnick (a rap act out of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, that found regional success in the
mid-90s with their single “Who Can Rock the Party”). He got to rock with some
heroes and notables of Hip-Hop's Golden Era – appearing on festival stages with
Pastor Troy, Luniz, MC Smooth, Mystikal, Busta Rhymes and others. From
beatboxing and b-s’ing on school buses in the hometown to tearing stages down in
T-Town and all around; it was fun while it lasted. After a while, the group thing
fizzled; but not BoneBreaker Jones’ rhyme fire. So, he reluctantly goes solo.
Fast forward...ffwwrrllrrp...BoneBreaker Jones moves to Georgia, keeps
dropping lyrics (features on singles and mixtapes), opens his own studio
(BoneBreaker Studios) and... and... now he's out here. Running through it hard at
full speed... Keep up!
You got BoneBreaker Studios Livin Proof Rebooth yet? If not, Google and get it!
How about Revenge Of The Nerds, got that? It's on iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon...
And stay getting the #TightestLooseys from BoneBreaker Jones on Bandcamp!
Follow @BoneBreakerMC everywhere to catch up and stay down.

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