Treach, Bumpy Knuckles & Trick-Trick Announce Album, Entirely Produced by Nottz

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Previously, Bumpy Knuckles (a/k/a Freddie Foxxx) has done complete collaborative albums with the likes of KRS-One, DJ Premier, and Statik Selektah. Today, the veteran Long Island, New York MC/producer announced his latest plans: a work with Naughty By Nature’s Treach and Detroit, Michigan veteran Trick-Trick. The album, known as OGology, will be fully produced by Virginia’s Nottz (Busta Rhymes, Kanye West, Game).

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The announcement came via Bumpy’s Twitter today (January 7)

Previously, Foxxx and Treach were both tied to the Flavor Unit in the 1990s. Bumpy appeared on Naughty By Nature Ninety Naughty III song “Hot Potato.” Nearly a decade later, on 2002 album, IIcons, he was featured on the song “Ashes To Ashes,” which also featured Icarus.

No further album information has been given.

2016 also marks Naughty By Nature’s 25th anniversary. The trio is planning a corresponding EP and tour.

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