Over the past decade, Drake has redefined rap’s sound and the way we consume pop music.
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With a host of top 10 hits, No.1 albums, and platinum plaques, Ne-Yo has proven his abilities as a hitmaker who stretches the confines of genre.
A lost album of the 00s, Kelis’ Neptunes-produced ‘Wanderland’ foretold the fusion of pop and hip-hop.
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The singles will be available on 45 for the first time ever.
‘The Velvet Rope’ reaffirmed Janet Jackson’s position as the pre-eminent top-selling female recording artist of her generation.
The Dr. Dre-produced lead single from her fifth album, 'Family Affair' took Mary J. Blige from Queen of Hip-Hop Soul to Queen of the Charts.
Hitting upon his perfect meld of street-tough gangsterism and hook-heavy commerciality, ‘Vol.2… Hard Knock Life’ turned Jay Z into a superstar.
In the late 90s, ‘Mos Def And Talib Kweli Are Black Star’ forged a new path.
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Andre Harrell, founder of Uptown Records, was a massively influential record executive that shaped the sound of R&B and hip-hop.
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