Danielle Hollomon

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  • 19 years ago | Music News

    Hip-hop heads were first introduced to KRS-One (Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everyone) in 1986 with Boogie Down Productions' national underground hit "South Bronx." Ever since, KRS-One (a.k.a. Kris Parker) has helped transform hip-hop into...

  • 20 years ago | Music News

    Candlebox Lucy (Maverick) Candlebox is back, but we never knew it was gone. How could we? The band's eponymous debut has sold almost four million copies and stayed in heavy rotation on MTV and commercial radio like an old sweat sock that someone k...

  • 20 years ago | Music News

    When Shaggy's first recordings hit the streets in 1991, the struggling dance-hall artist was preoccupied with dodging Scuds and piloting a Humvee as a Marine in Operation Desert Storm. It wasn't the first time the armed service had interfered with...

  • 20 years ago | Music News

    Foo Fighters Foo Fighters (Roswell/Capitol) "Now what?" God, how Dave Grohl must have grown to loathe that query over the last year. At least now he's finally come up with an answer, and a good one at that. With his new band's eponymous debut rele...

  • 20 years ago | Music News

    Four years back, Naughty by Nature emerged from East Orange, New Jersey, as the brash young Turks of hip-hop. Using the ghetto for a launch pad and the chant-along chorus of "O.P.P." from its self-titled debut album as fuel, NBN took off for stard...

  • 21 years ago | Music News

    From its humble beginnings in the South Bronx to "Rappers Delight" to Run-DMC, N.W.A and beyond, hip-hop has proved to be the most vital and progressive music form of the past 20 years, with enough staying power to rival even rock 'n' roll's lengt...

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