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Bone Crusher (born Wayne Hardnett, August 23, 1971 in Atlanta, Georgia) is a rapper based out of Atlanta. He debuted in 2003 with his first album AttenCHUN! which featured the single "Never Scared", which was used as the theme for the 2003 Atlanta Braves.

Before his success, Bone Crusher was a part of the Lyrical Giants, a crew that worked with Too Ugly and Erick Sermon and whose other members were Baby B and Bizar. Both appear on Crusher's debut album.

The large MC had a tumultuous start to his career. He bounced with the Lyrical Giants from one label to the next before landing on his feet with Jermaine Dupri and his newly reorganized So So Def label. When So So Def moved to Virgin, Bone Crusher left the label along with YoungBloodZ but still remains under LaFace Records.

Bone Crusher has been featured in songs with Youngbloodz, David Banner, Young Jeezy, Trillville, and T-Pain. He is currently working on his new rock band and his third album, tentatively titled The M.A.S.H.

Bone Crusher has appeared in the movies ATL and is currently involved in several other projects. He is also playable in the video game Def Jam Fight For NY. He also cameoed in Lil Jon's Put Yo Hood Up video prior to being a musician. He was also a contestant on the fourth season of Celebrity Fit Club, and currently holds the all-time record for most weight loss there, having lost 51 lbs.

His current project is the metal/rap band, Onslaught. The single, 'Come On' debuted October 20, 2006 on Shade 45, a station on the Sirius Satellite radio network.

Discography

Albums

A list of Bone Crusher's albums.

Solo

Album cover Album information
AttenCHUN!
  • Released: June 17, 2003
  • Label: Arista Records/So So Def
  • Chart positions:
  • Last RIAA certification: Platinum
  • Singles: "Never Scared"
Release the Beast
  • Released: July 18, 2006
  • Label: Body Head Entertainment
  • Chart positions:
  • Last RIAA certification: 200,000
  • Singles: "Southern Gorillaz"
Free
  • Release: July 17, 2007
  • Label: NA
  • Chart positions: NA
  • Last RIAA certification: NA
  • Singles: "Round"

Singles

  • Southern Gorillaz from Release the Beast
  • Wood Grippin (feat. Sean P of YoungBloodz) from Da Bottom Vol 6 Mixtape
  • Get Up On It (feat. Chamillionaire) from Southern Generals 3 Mixtape
  • Never Scared from AttenCHUN!
  • Come On from Stomp The Yard Soundtrack
  • Round from Free

Guest Appearances

  • Young Jeezy - Take It To The Floor
  • T-Pain - Goin Thru A Lot
  • I-20 - Break Bread (prod. by Lil Jon) (also features Ludacris)
  • Mariah Carey - The One (So So Def Remix)
  • Kelis - Throw Up
  • Lil Skeeter - I Don't Like Dat
  • Three Days Grace - Just Like Wylin(Worked on a Single For xXx: State Of The Union )
  • Celebrity Fit Club 4
  • Fozzy (The song It's A Lie appears on Fozzy's "All That Remains" album.)
  • Tango Redd (Wobble & Shake It w/David Banner)
  • Theodore Unit - Who Are We
  • Techniec - What You Say
  • J Kwon - Tipsy (remix) (also features Daz Dillinger, Youngbloodz, Da Brat and others)
  • Field Mob - Deep Tonight
  • Anthony B - Lighter (also fgeatures Wyclef Jean)
  • Youngbloodz - Hot Heat (also features Backbone)
  • Jim Crow - Flaw Boyz (also features Juvenile)
  • Goodie Mob - Grindin
  • A song for Xbox Live about Dead Rising


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