10 at the top of hip-hop

August 1995
Ebony;Aug1995, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p66
Lists the top African-American singers who have succeeded in bringing the hip-hop music genre closer to mainstream acceptance. Includes Salt-N-Pepa; BLACKstreet; TLC; Mary J. Blige; Heavy D; R. Kelly; Naughty by Nature; Brownstone; 69 Boyz.


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