When their first album hit Platinum status, Marky Mark and his Funky Bunch rushed back into the studio and produced the slightly harder-edged follow-up, You Gotta Believe, featuring the title song as the main single.
Even though he’s conquered all sorts of different media over the years, one of LL Cool J’s most iconic pieces of pop culture will always be “Mama Said Knock You Out” from the 1991 album of the same name.
Back before the Willenium and even before he was sitting on his throne in Bel-Air, The Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff released one of their most classic tracks, “Parents Just Don’t Understand”, the Grammy award winning hit from 1988.
Starting in 1993, Shaq set out to conquer the rap/hip-hop world with his first album, Shaq Diesel, and subsequently released four more albums and getting guest stars like Notorious BIG, Ice Cube, RZA, Method Man and more.
Dominating almost every aspect of pop culture in the 90’s, the Crypt Keeper unleashed one of the ultimate Halloween party jams with the puntastic Crypt Jam rap, off the official Tales from the Crypt soundtrack.
All episodes of the next Netflix Marvel show, Luke Cage, arrive on September 30th and the full trailer is finally here.
Co-starring in Romeo Must Die with Jet Li, Aalyiah contributed the lead single off the movie’s soundtrack, “Try Again”, and Li appeared in the music video as the two dance in a hall of mirrors.
At least one tradition remains for the newest TMNT movie, a cheesy rap song for the soundtrack, as Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and Ty Dolla $ign team up for “Shell Shocked”.
The phrase “Academy Award Winners Three 6 Mafia” probably seemed like the ramblings of a madman before 2006 but at the 78th Annual Academy Awards, that phrase became a reality.
Coming off the Above the Rim soundtrack, one of the smoothest, funkiest and most bad ass rap songs ever is Warren G’s “Regulate”, featuring Nate Dogg.