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10 Hip Hop/R&B Songs from the 90’s That Still Keep The Party Going

This segment is dedicated to those songs that still go hard in the club although they are more than a decade old. These are those records smoothed out on the R&B tip or those R&B records with a hip hop edge that every DJ should have in their playlist. Click NEXT to see next group

10. Only You -112

In the 90’s Bad Boy was that deal in regard to being a hit label. Puffy’s crew was putting out smash after smash that kept the party going. “Only You” was just one example of the R&B sound with a strong hip hop appeal. “Only You” was the debut single from R&B group 112 from their debut album of the same name. Both the original and the remix were released as singles. The remix features Mase and The Notorious B.I.G. The song reached number one on two of Billboard Magazine‘s charts: Hot Dance Singles Sales and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay. The song made its debut at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 on July 27, 1996. The song spent 39 weeks in the top 100, peaking at number 13.

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  1. All of these songs take me back. This is when I actually really loved hip hop. I still like some stuff but it doesn’t resonate with me like it used to. I can recall actual moments and scenarios from each one of these songs. This is a good list!

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