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Remember these R&B, Soul and Hiphop tunes/artistes of the 90s?

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Am also in love wt these groups Next,Silk and New edition. Nt forgeting my girl Foxy brown.

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Mona Lisa - from Menace II Society soundtrack.

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A Tribe Called Quest - One of the best HipHop groups. Q-Tip,Phife and Ahmad.

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Diagble Planets

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I dont get down down not the first nite. . . . . . Monica

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Dayummmmmm! SWV, Toni Braxton, Mack Morrison, Kc & Jojo . . . .

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MC Eiht - from Menace II Society Soundtrack. Remember this?

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Regulate. Warren G and Nate Dogg. classic

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Jade - Another female R&B group.

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Zhane - These girls were very soulful.

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Chante Moore. I love my soulful grooves.

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Alright by Janet Jackson ft Heavy D.

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Hi - Five: Kissing Game

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Alfonzo Hunter - That's The Way Players play.

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@Vacore,

Thanks mate.

Cats these days can't hang with all the sh*t you're dropping all over this thread.

If you're in Naija,classic 97 FM is the place to be to listen to that kind of music

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EPMD. Eric Sermon - tha green eyed bandit.

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Redman. This track in case any of you are searching for it, it is on Eric Sermon's compilation LP, will have to go through my collection to get the title of this album. Redman is an amazing rapper and quite funny too.

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Monica. Great debut album. A classic album.

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Thanks for the compliments. My family and friends can attest to my love of music and my vast collection of original CDs - i own most of the albums or songs i have listed thus far. I have got more artistes or songs of the 90S to include on this list so please keep checking and bear with me.

Return of the Mack

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En Vogue

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Lords of The Underground - I love this group. This is HipHop i grew up with, not thrash and garbage one hears these days.  I still play this song.

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You the mehn!!!!!!!

I will be organising a 90s club night in the summer of 2010, if you in the UK, you're invited!!

Thanks bruv for this string (in tears)

Akin

wetin-dey.com

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respect to you my broda.

this floods back memories.

good stuff.

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oH GOOD MEMORIES U BRING VACORA, I STILL HAVE ALL THOSE SONGS ON MY LAPTOP TOO,

CLASSIC WARREN G AND NATE DOGG. KRISS KROSS DABRAT AND STUFF .ABSOLUTE GOLD!

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Aaliyah - R.i.P. I fell in love with her the first time i heard this song and saw this video.

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Honey Love by R.Kelly & Public Announcement. This is baby makin music y'all.

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Toni Braxton. She is hot and has an amazing voice.

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If I Ever Fall In Love - A timeless classic

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Tupac Amaru Shakur - 2PAC. The greatest rapper/MC of all time.  His demise has not overshadowed his amazing body of work. One of the greatest posthumous selling artistes of all time. He is a poet, a prophet, a socially and politically conscious MC and some call him also a thug.

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Notorious B.I.G - The great rapper/MC of all time. It's so hard to pick one B.I.G and PAC. His album "Ready To Die" is a certified classic.

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Flava In Ya Ear by Craig Mack - Another great artiste under Bad Boy Records.

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Rakim. One of the great MCs. His wordplay, lyrics and delivery are outstanding.

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Monie Love - One of the few great female MCs.

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Queen Latifah - Queen Latifah is my all time favourite female MC.

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MC Lyte - A great female MC.

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Non Challant - 5 ' O Clock - conscious rap lyrics.

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More artistes and songs to follow.

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I can forget The 90's, Jodeci, misdemeneour, naughty by nature and my one and only Shakur,

I just cant start metioning but the artists of the 90's were xtremly great, Eve, dre, kenny G

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Luv 2 Luv Ya - Timbaland ft Missy Elliot & Magoo. Timbaland and his signature beats changed the landscape of urban music.

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Sweet Potatoe by Domino a classmate of Snoop and Warren G. This used to get parties going.

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Doin' It. This track was a club banger.

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Lexs, Coupes and Jeeps by Lost Boyz. Mr Cheeks and the late Freeky Tah at their best. "Burstin caps aint got a damn thang with showin skills"

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Can't You See By Total. When Bad Boys Records was a force to be reckoned with.

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Brownstone. All an female quartet who could sing and harmonize. I love this song.

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Groove Theory - Tell Me. Great choon.

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Summertime by Fresh Prince and Jazzy Jeff. This track is one of the greatest summer songs. Nostalgia. Rumour has it this track was written by Rakim.

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Heavy D. Boy, he sure could dance his Bottom off. Notice the absence of profanities in his songs and the natural looking ebony girls in the videos typifing that era. And of course, Chris Tucker was in this video.

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This song brings back memories. One for the money - Horace Brown.

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A star studed video. Mc Lyte, Notorious B.I.G, Total and the list goes on.

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Dr Dre. You cannot talk of the 90s without mentioning The Chronic LP. Classic album.G-Funk era.

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