"In March 1973, Boston's WILD was sold to Sheridan Broadcasting Network, who switched the station from rock and roll to an urban contemporary format."
"Lauryn Hill's first solo album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," raised the bar for female MCs and singers. It received a record breaking ten Grammy nominations winning in 5 categories."
· East Orange, USA
"Missy Elliott had gained notoriety as a songwriter but "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" was a breakthrough as a performer, and its otherworldly beat was couresy of her buddy Timbaland."
· Virginia Beach, USA
"The fifth and final studio album from the iconic Tupac Shakur was finished in a total of seven days, barely a month before his death."
"Raised by a pentecostal preacher, and a student at Hugenot High School in Richmond, D'Angelo took the music world by storm when he released his mesmerizing debut album "Brown Sugar.""
"The first single off Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's "E. 1999 Eternal" album, 1st of the Month was the group's first hit, and was nominated for a Grammy Award that year."