Who doesn't love the 90s? Females in hip-hop during the 90s was a time to be alive. With so many different voices and styles, women in hip-hop showed unity through their love of the art.
Check out the dope interview featuring Missy Elliot, Lil' Kim, and Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes backstage
Fab 5 Freddy interviews Queen Latifah, A Tribe Called Quest, and MC Lyte backstage on a tour for a segment on "Yo! MTV Raps" in 1991. The hip-hop legends discuss their singles, videos, and the tour.
Check out the interview below.
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The Lady of Rage born Robin Yvette Allen is a rapper, singer, and actress. Her hit single "Afro Puffs" was released in 1994. Her rise to fame came when her vocals were released on several tracks for Dr.Dre and Snoop Dogg's albums The Chronic and
The Fugees are known for their soulful sound of music which is a blend of jazz, rap, R&B, and reggae. Their success came in the mid-90s when the group's sophomore album The Score reached #1 on the pop charts and sold over five million copies. The group formed in
Michel'le is more than Dr.Dre's ex-girlfriend. She is a talented singer and songwriter. While signed to Eazy-E's Ruthless Record label, Michel'le debuted her self-titled album, Michel'le in 1989.The album was produced by Dr.Dre and sold over 1.5 million copies with hit singles "No More Lies," "Nicety, " and "Something
Let's face it; the hip-hop world often look at women as sex objects. Tights clothes, oily bodies, and ass shaking is the norm when it comes to music videos. However, behind the scenes, things can get a lot freakier when it comes to video vixens and men in the
Kilo Ali is an ATL legend. He brought hits to the city with his booty shaking sound and smooth voice in the 90s.
In 1997, Ali released Organized Bass on Interscope Records.
The album features some of his greatest records like "Baby, Baby," "Love in Ya Mouth," and "Show Me Love."
Johnny Kemp made his mark on the R&B scene in 1986 with the single "Just Another Lover." In 1988, he owned the #1 spot for two weeks with his hit record "Just Got Paid," which also made it to #10 on the pop charts.
According to Billboard.com, that same year Kemp got a second top 5 hit with
MC Lyte released one of her biggest hits titled "Cha Cha Cha" in 1989 at the age of 18.
"Cha Cha Cha" was featured on MC Lyte's second album Eyes on This.
Check it out below.
Eazy-E (Eric Lynn Wright) was born on Sept.7, 1963 and passed away on March 26, 1995. The cause of death was due to complications of pneumonia associated with AIDS. Eazy-E is better known as "The Godfather of Gangsta Rap." He has contributed to hip-hop by bringing acts such as