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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's 'See Me Shine' video premieres on MySpace

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Still photo from "See Me Shine" video - Warner Bros. Records 
L to R:  Layzie Bone, Bizzy Bone, Krayzie Bone, Wish Bone, and Flesh-N-Bone


Warner Bros. Records, early Saturday morning (April 24, 2010), released the third Bone Thugs-N-Harmony video titled “See Me Shine” off the group’s upcoming album UNI-5: The World’s Enemy due out in stores May 4, 2010.

Released in October 2009, “See Me Shine” became the first single for Bone’s highly-anticipated album, featuring all five members and guest appearances by Bone affiliate Jay Rush and Lyfe Jennings. (Jay Rush is not in the video, neither is his brother Lyfe Jennings, however.)  
“See Me Shine” is a good track and the video – visibly dark with mild ray of lights shining in the background with fitting intricacies to fit each member’s location/verse – does not disappoint because it is on point. 
The preparation of the video was well thought out and well executed by all parties involved. The dark ambiance contrasted by subtle beaming lights fits the theme of the song perfectly (i.e., haters don’t want to see them shine, but they will continue to shine).
By far, compared to the videos “Rebirth” and “Meet Me In The Sky,” “See Me Shine” is the best-looking video released for Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s new album.       

See Me Shine (Official Video)

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