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TLC's 'CrazySexyCool' is packed bumper to bumper with great songs, sassy vocals and voluptuous beats for burning down the house.

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TLC's 'CrazySexyCool' is packed bumper to bumper with great songs, sassy vocals and voluptuous beats for burning down the house.

Aaliyah's video for "Are You That Somebody."  This 1998 song was featured on the soundtrack for Eddie Murphy's movie, Dr. Dolittle.  Aaliyah was nominated for a Grammy for Best Female R and B Vocal Performance. —SGS

Aaliyah's video for "Are You That Somebody." This 1998 song was featured on the soundtrack for Eddie Murphy's movie, Dr. Dolittle. Aaliyah was nominated for a Grammy for Best Female R and B Vocal Performance. —SGS

80s Rap Songs Play List Music Hits Top Hip Hop Rappers R  B 1980 Old School - http://music.ritmovi.com/80s-rap-songs-play-list-music-hits-top-hip-hop-rappers-r-b-1980-old-school/

80s Rap Songs Play List Music Hits Top Hip Hop Rappers R B 1980 Old School - http://music.ritmovi.com/80s-rap-songs-play-list-music-hits-top-hip-hop-rappers-r-b-1980-old-school/

TLC : (L-R ) T-Boz, Chili, and Lisa Left-Eye Icons to the music industry with one amazing story . Go watch Crazy, Sexy, Cool on the VH1 app

TLC : (L-R ) T-Boz, Chili, and Lisa Left-Eye Icons to the music industry with one amazing story . Go watch Crazy, Sexy, Cool on the VH1 app

I can't live without my radio...

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1990's "Vision Of Love" was the song that started it all for Mariah Carey.  The song went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, R and B, and Adult Contemporary charts.   Carey won a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.  Billboard named her the Artist of the Decade for the 1990s.  —SGS

1990's "Vision Of Love" was the song that started it all for Mariah Carey. The song went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, R and B, and Adult Contemporary charts. Carey won a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Billboard named her the Artist of the Decade for the 1990s. —SGS

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