"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."
· Roxbury, United States
"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, United States
"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, United States
"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."
· Tarzana, United States
"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.""
· Richmond, United States
"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."
· Cleveland, United States