• 2Pac Until the End of Time Turns 20 Years Old Today
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    2Pac Until the End of Time Turns 20 Years Old Today

    It’s hard to believe that on September 13th of this year will mark the 25th anniversary of Pac passing. Before his passing, Pac released 4 solo albums, Thug Life and countless appearances. One thing you hear about Pac after his passing was his crazy work ethic. More music came about from Pac after death then he released while alive. One of those gems was his album, Until the End of Time. The double album was his seventh total and third posthumous release. Makaveli was the first and R U Still Down? (Remember Me) was the second. Until the End of Time debuted number one and it sold over 426,000 copies…

  • The Fugees Dropped The Score 25 Years Ago Today
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    The Fugees Dropped The Score 25 Years Ago Today

    February 13, 1996 will always be one of the biggest days in hip hop history. 2Pac released his All Eyez On Me joint and the Fugees dropped the Score also. All Eyez On Me has been talked about ever since. The Score from the Fugees went on to sell over 20 million copies worldwide. Unfortunately, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef and Pras never recorded another album again. The Score has appeared on numerous greatest albums lists. The Fugees went on to win a Grammy for the Best Rap album also. Fu-Gee-La was their first single and it was released in December of 1995. Fu-Gee-La went on to go gold and people were…

  • 50 Cent Get Rich or Die Trying Dropped 15 Years Ago
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    50 Cent Get Rich or Die Trying Released 15 Years Ago

        It’s hard to believe that Get Rich or Die Trying dropped 15 years ago today. The promotion for the album was bananas as they even had a big special on MTV called All Eyez on 50. His first single, In Da Club took off and was played damn near everywhere. The album sold almost 900,000 copies in the first week of its release. As of now, Get Rich or Die Trying have sold well over 12 million records. In Da Club, Many Men, 21 Questions and P.I.M.P were singles that done really well. With the success of the album, 50 Cent was able to turn Lloyd Banks, Tony…

  • The Fumble
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    The Fumble Happened 30 Years Ago in Cleveland

    This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in team history. The previous two featured were Lou Groza’s kick to win the NFL title in the Browns’ first season in the league, and Gary Collins’ post pattern reception in the 1964 NFL Championship Game, the last title in Cleveland history. Please vote for your choice as the Browns’ most memorable play. Score: Denver 38, Cleveland 33 Date: Jan. 17, 1988 Site: Mile High Stadium Red Right 88 was mind-numbing, and not just because of the cold. The Drive was a punch into a city’s gut. But The Fumble … well that ripped at the heart of a team and a…