Classic 90s Hip Hop Artists: A Nostalgic Throwback
The 90s was a decade of change and growth. It was when Hip Hop was at its peak, and it seemed like nothing could slow down this genre. Artists like Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G dominated the charts with their lyrics about life on the streets and tough talk to keep people in line. Still, there were five more waiting to take their place for every artist that emerged.
Classic 90s Hip Hop Artists:
-Wyclef Jean: Wyclef first hit mainstream success as one-third of rap group ‘The Fugees.’ Their most famous song is ‘Killing Me Softly,’ but their 90s discography was full of hits like ‘Ready or Not’ and ‘No Woman, No Cry.’ Wyclef made solo albums in 1997 called ‘The Carnival’ and 2004’s self-titled album.
-Jurassic Five: This hip-hop collective is made of members from various groups, including Jurassic Two, Tha Liks, The Beatnuts, and more! They were ambitiously dubbed the “best rap group ever” by MTV when they first emerged onto the scene. Their most famous song came shortly after forming 1999’s hit single ‘Jayou.’ Other notable songs include 1998’s ‘Quality Control’ and 2001’s ‘Concrete Schoolyard.’
-Cypress Hill: This iconic 90s Hip Hop group is known for its unique rap style and Latin influences. Their most famous song came in 1993 with ‘Insane In The Brain’ followed by other hits like ‘How I Could Just Kill A Man,’ ‘I Ain’t Going Out Like That,’ and more!
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