Monthly Archives: April 2019

Sir Mix-A-Lot – Chief Boot Knocka (July 19, 1994)

Sir Mix-A-Lot’s third album, Mack Daddy (read my thoughts on the album here) will forever be remembered as the “Baby Got Back” album, as that single alone would sell over 2 million units and help propel the album to platinum … Continue reading

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House of Pain -Same As It Ever Was (June 28, 1994)

Thanks in large part to their debut massive hit first single “Jump Around”, House of Pain was able to snag a platinum plaque for their self-titled debut album. Not only did the album do well commercially, but it also received … Continue reading

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Nice & Smooth – Jewel of the Nile (June 28, 1994)

The last time we touched base with Nice & Smooth was in 1991 with their second album Ain’t A Damn Thing Changed, which if you read my review on that album, you already know I thought it was pretty mediocre … Continue reading

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Da Brat – Funkdafied (June 28, 1994)

In 1992 the Atlanta-based teenage duo Kris Kross took the world by storm with their own unique swag and their monster hit single “Jump”, which helped catapult their debut album Totally Krossed Out to multi-platinum status. The mastermind behind the … Continue reading

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