90's Soul/R&B/Hip Hop/ Rap
Hey everyone, I'm new here so this kind of thread might already be posted up but my question is if anyone here loves any 90's Soul/R&B? Hip Hop/Rap? For me, the 1990's are for sure, no questions asked, the best era of music for me. But that's just my opinion.
Here are just a few of the hundreds of Soul, R&B, Hip Hop, Rap that I love:
Raised By Seuss - Face The Music
Ralph Tresvant - Sensitivity
Ronny Jordan - After Hours
S.W.A.T. - Swingin Fist
S.W.A.T. - Boogas
S.W.A.T. - Fatal Madness
S.W.A.T. - Posse's On The Force
S.W.A.T. - X-Ecutem
Paris - Break The Grip Of Shame
Paris - Scarface Groove
2pac feat. Thug Life - Bury Me A G
2pac feat. Thug Life - Pour Out A Little Liqour
Young Black Teenagers - Korner Groove
Marcelo Randolvich - Playground Slap
Basehead - 2000 B.C.
D'New feat. Temple - Forever
Today - I Got The Feeling
Too $hort - Just Another Day
Johnny Gill - Rub You The Right Way (Remix)
Spice 1 - 187 Proof
So what are your favorite 90's Soul/R&B/Hip Hop/ Rap songs?
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Any new news on SWAT? Cant find anything on them except that for that trent Gaines skate video, need to download everything by them/him
good list but not sure of Johny gill though
Originally Posted by Damian7189
I love it!
Brandy - I Wanna Be Down
Monica - Like This Like That
Aaliyah - Back & Forth
Tupac - So Many Tears and Hail Mary
Scarface - I Seen A Man Die
Boyz ll Men - Uhh Ahh
So many great songs!
Unfortunately none of my Top 5 hip-hop albums don't come from this decade but the 90's definetly was a good decade for hip-hop. Some of the albums I own and enjoy from the 90's:
Nas - Illmatic
Common Sense - Resurrection
OutKast - ATLiens
A Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders
Mos Def - Black On Both Sides
GZA - Liquid Swords
Bone Thugz N Harmony - E. Eternal '99
There's a lot more but I'd have to flip through my CD case to name them.
Originally Posted by Carol Copic
Well in the credits of the video Trent Gaines is in, they list the members of S.W.A.T. while crediting the music. S.W.A.T. was Joe Schnurr, Joe Stockit and Nick Stockit. I couldn't find the Stockit brothers and there could be a million Joe Schnurr's out there. You could also find the Swingin' Fist song if you look up "Mike Taylor G&S Winona Riders" on Youtube. You could also find the "X-Ecutem" song by looking up Kit Erickson A Soldier's Story on youtube.
They really are a great group. All their songs were probably on some demo that was on a cassette. A demo that is most likely, lost forever.