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Walk with us as we take a brief stroll down memory laneâ€¦.
They were the first rap group on MTV four years after its inception.Honorable Mentions: Whodini: “Friends” – 1985 ;Â Fat Boys: “Stick â€˜Em” – 1985 Rap was not afraid to have fun.Sure, there were the Schooly Dâ€™s and Just Iceâ€™s doing their thing, but they werenâ€™t filling up stadiums at the time.This was Will Smith before the summer blockbusters and Jazzy Jeff before repeated ejection from a Bel Air Mansion.Originally discovered by Paul Oakenfold – yes, that Paul Oakenfold – the duo set their own rap landmark, by taking home the first Rap Grammy.Honorable Mentions: Beastie Boys: “Fight For Your Right” – 1986 ; Whistle: “Only Buggin” – 1986 The God Rakim just rhyming around the way.
There were no exotic locations – the hood was a good enough back drop.At this point in time, videos could look like they cost a million dollars to make, but if the music wasnâ€™t up to scratch, you would get called out for it.Honorable Mentions: Dana Dane: “Nightmares” – 1987 ; Kool Moe Dee: “Wild Wild West” – 1987 This was a bruising introduction to The World’s Most Dangerous Group in itsâ€˜ most celebrated incarnation.Up until now – the whole concept of â€˜a band that everyone fearsâ€™ had only really been exploited by rock groups.This video set the tone from the word â€™go.â€™ There were mob scenes. Honorable Mentions: Salt N’ Pepa:Â “Push It”Â – 1988; Slick Rick: “Childrenâ€™s Story” – 1988 There was a definite correlation between the militancy of Chuck D’s call to arms and Spike Lee’s concept of a march in Brooklyn for this video, which was also a single from the â€˜Do The Right Thingâ€™ soundtrack.There were shots of people walking with their shoes on fire and Eazy E talking all kinds of madness in a voice that sounded like it could have belonged to a cartoon character. It is possible that some of Americaâ€˜s upper class saw this and instantly barricaded themselves in their houses, fearing the long spoken of Revolution had begun.