Top 4 Hip Hop Songs of Golden 90s

Old is Gold” is a phrase which we are listening, reading and writing from our childhood and humorously, this phrase has also become old but still, it’s like gold. After these confusing phrases, let me tell you one thing before we start a discussion on our topic that no doubt, the 90s is considered to the golden and unique period of rapping history. I’m not saying that the today’s songs are bad or something like that. What I’m trying to say is that being a fan of rapping, one must respect the old stuff. So, just for paying them respect, I’m here to let you guys remind about the REAL GOLD of the 90s. So, let’s start in the descending order.

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4- “Mo Money Mo Problems” from Album “Life After Death”

It’s also included in one of the most favorite songs of mine. This song was released on July 15, 1997, and is still able to compete with the modern hip-hop songs. Puffy has done a great job in making sure that everything was working fine perfect because the end result was outstanding at it was expected. The song literally got over-the-line fame and popularity.

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3- “Nuthin’ But A G Thang” Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg:

Our famous hero “Dr. Dre” is known for its seniority as well as its great blessings to the hip hop music industry and this song is also one of them. It was released in 1992 and had great turns in the music which literally sounds cool. One can easily understand the professionalism of Dr. Dre in this song. This song also stood at the top in the 1992 and was the best among the other rap songs that launched in the same year.

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2- “California Love” from album “All Eyez On Me”

Dr. Dre is famous because of his work, not because of his name! California Love was the stunning success of Dr. Dre that was launched in 1995. This song is highly responsible for the popularity of Dr. Dre because when this song was released, the entire hip hop song history was stunned at once.

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1- “Juicy” from the album “Ready To Aim”

I have some special memories with this song. When I was a kid, my grandmother used to sing this song before going to bed. This song was released in 1994 and have an edge of being on the top of the list in 1994 when it was launched. The combo of the music and the lyrics were awesome and were meaningful. This song literally deserves a gold medal or, I should say, a Nobel Prize!