During a performance at a music festival, High Life Music Festival in the U.S. city of San Bernardino (California) drone crashed into one of the members of the hip-hop group from Cleveland, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, according to Сomplex.com. The drone landed in the head of the musician on stage, and then lost his balance and fell.
Despite the impressive strike force which can be evaluated on the audience filmed video, the victim of drone musician Flesh-n-Bone continued performance.
Where the concert appeared drone, is unknown. Press doubts that the fans, the organizers would be allowed to carry the drone to the event.
It is assumed that the incident had involved one of the drones with the approval of the organizers were taking pictures and video at the festival. Perhaps the operator was trying to obtain spectacular images at the maximum zoom to the musicians, but lost control of the aircraft.
The group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony was founded in 1989. The first album Faces Of Death, the band recorded in 1991, then the band was called B. O. N. E. Enterpri$e.
In 1997, the group received a Grammy for best song “Tha Crossroads” from the album E. 1999 Eternal. In 2007, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony won the award American Music award for Favorite group in the rap/hip hop”, and the album Strength & Loyalty team was nominated in the category of Favorite album rap/hip-hop”.
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is one of the most successful rap groups. Since its inception has sold over 30 million records musicians in the US and over 50 million worldwide.