104-3 JAMS celebrates Black History Month with a look back at the Black Creators that forever changed the music landscape with THIS WEEK IN HIP-HOP HISTORY! Presented by U.S. Bank.
1988: Biz Markie released his debut album, “Goin’ Off”. Produced by the legendary Marley Marl, Biz Markie co-wrote the record with Big Daddy Kane and brought humor to Hip-Hop with songs like “Pickin’ Boogers” and “Biz is Goin’ Off”.
1991: LL Cool J dropped the single, “Mama Said Knock You Out” and the lyrics “Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years,” became some of the most famous rap lyrics of all time. “Mama Said Knock You Out” went on to top the charts, hit the gold-selling standard and take home a Grammy.
1999: Naughty by Nature released their third album, 19 Naughty III. This platinum selling record soared through the charts with hits like “Hip-Hop Hooray” brought cinematic excellence to Hip-Hop with a music video directed by Spike Lee.
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