Take Your Clothes Off And Fight, Bone Crusher Says

Single 'Take Your Clothes Off' is 'the epitome of fight music.'

"There's no limitation on what Bone Crusher can do," the heavyset crunkster from the South said Wednesday.

He can rap, he can attract the ladies with his bare chest, he just started his own bottled-water company called Aqua Vigor ("I don't drink [alcohol], but I figured everybody drinks water") and he does a mean impression of wrestling legends Randy "Macho Man" Savage and Hulk Hogan.

"Ooooohhhh yeah, Hogan! I shall come off the top rope with the patented elbow," Bone, sounding as though he were straining his vocal cords, said in character as the Macho Man. He then switched roles to Savage's archenemy.

"Let me tell you something, man. All the Hulkamaniacs, all the guys with the 42-inch pythons, what you gonna do when the Hulkster runs wild on you?"

Bone was in grappler mode not just because he was jazzed to be working with WWE star Chris Jericho on the new Fozzy album (see "Fozzy Get Crunk With Bone Crusher On New Album"), but also because he was explaining the concept of "fight music," which also happens to be the name of his June release.

"We have crunk music, now we have something I call fight music," Crusher explained. "Fight music is everything — the hustle, the struggle, the street. [My new single], 'Take Your Clothes Off,' it's probably the epitome of fight music. It's fun. We gotta fight to party, fight to live, fight to rejoice. That's what the whole song is about."

When it comes to disrobing, Bone obviously has no problem doing so (see "Bone Crusher Threatens Topless 'Fat Man Stomp' In Next Video"), but as we'll hear in his new record, he wants everybody to join in.

"Everybody, let's have a good time and party," he said. "There's a lot of issues out here in America. One thing they can't take away from you is your right to party."

Bone's first LP, Attenchun!, was completed in two weeks, and he said this new project was done in a month, though it sat in the vault for a few months while Arista went through some label struggles. E-40, Young Bloodz, Kelis and Daz — who appears on the second single "Nah, Nah, Nah" — are all guests. Bone is also going to incorporate live instrumentation on the album via a band named the Chronicle.

Holding true to his limitless-lyricist motif, the Crusher is getting ready to move into films. There's a flick in the works for Rain Forest Films, and B.C. has landed a role in a John Singleton ("Higher Learning") movie about pimps.

"I'm playing a killer. They've always got me playing a killer for some reason," he laughed.