Can You Name the '90s Rap Song from a Lyric?
About This Quiz
Let's be honest - the '90s were the Golden Age of hip-hop and R&B. In this quiz, we're taking the beat down memory lane to see if you can name the hit hip-hop/R&B song from one lyric. Take this ultimate rap quiz and prove your cred!
"As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I take a look at my life and realize there's nothin' left."
"Gangsta's Paradise" was one of Coolio's most famous songs. It was released in 1995.
"He's a mighty mighty good man."
This upbeat lyric comes from "Whatta Man." Salt-N-Pepa's hit album, "Very Necessary," was released in 1993.
"Jump around! %0DJump up, jump up and get down!"
There was a lot of jumping around in the '90s, thanks to House of Pain. Their self-named album came out in 1992.
"Mase, you know ain't nothing change but my limp, Can't stop till I see my name on a blimp."
This famous lyric comes from "Mo Money Mo Problems" by The Notorious B.I.G. The song also features Puff Daddy and Mase.
"Who you tryin' ta mess with ese? Don't you know I'm loco?"
Who can forget Cypress Hill and "Insane in the Brain?" "Black Sunday" was released in 1993.
"My-my-my-my music makes me so hard makes me say oh my Lord,%0DThank you for blessing me with a mind to rhyme and two hype feet."
Okay, there was nothing more '90s than MC Hammer. "Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em? was released in 1990.
"With so much drama in the L-B-C, It's kinda hard bein' Snoop D-O-double-G."
"Gin & Juice" is synonymous with the '90s. We all have our minds on our money and our money on our minds.
"Don't call it a comeback, I've been here for years, I'm rocking my peers, Puttin' suckers in fear."
This was LL Cool J's stand-out hit, "Mama Said Knock You Out." The album had the same name, and was released in 1990.
"Girl, you looks good, won't you back that azz up."
This is a lyric from "Back That Thang Up" by Juvenile. The album "400 Degreez" came out in 1998.
"Hah, sicka than your average%0DPoppa twist cabbage off instinct."
This lyric is from "Hypnotize" by The Notorious B.I.G. "Life After Death" came out in 1996.
"It was a clear black night, a clear white moon. Warren G. is on the streets, trying to consume."
Perhaps one of the most memorable hip-hop songs from the '90s, "Regulate" was by Warren G. and featured Nate Dogg. "Above the Rim" was released in 1994.
"Rev me up rev me up, my little buttercup.%0DWe can tug sheets snuggle up and get stuck."
Here is a lyric from "Now That We Found Love" by Heavy D and the Boyz. This sassy and sincere song was released in 1991.
"Just waking up in the morning gotta thank God, I don't know but today seems kinda odd."
"It Was A Good Day" was Ice Cube's hit from the '90s. "No barking from the dogs, no smog. And Momma cooked a breakfast with no hog."
"Stop, drop, shut 'em down, open up shop."
Here we have the "Ruff Ryders' Anthem" by DMX. "It's Dark and Hell Is Hot" was released in 1998.
"Time to sit back and unwind."
It's time to sit back and unwind in "Summertime." DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince released this in 1991 on "Homebase."
"Deep in the jeans she's wearing, I'm hooked and I can't stop staring."
Everyone alive in the '90s knows the lyrics to "Baby Got Back." Sir Mix-a-Lot was fond of the ladies.
"My brain's dead weight, I'm tryin' to get my head straight, But I can't figure out which Spice Girl I want to impregnate (oh)."
"My Name Is" was Eminem's break-out hit. The Slim Shady LP was released in 1999.
"I grew up on the crime side, the New York Times side,%0DStaying alive was no jive."
This is a great lyric from "C.R.E.A.M." by Wu-Tang Clan. This chart-topping track came out in 1993.
"I wish I was a little bit taller, I wish I was a baller."
This famous lyric is from "I Wish" by Skee-Lo. The album came out in 1995.
"Ooh, baby, I like it raw.%0DYeah baby, I like it raw."
Ol' Dirty Bastard likes it raw in "Shimmy Shimmy Ya." The song was released in 1995.
"It's been three weeks since you were looking for your friend,%0DThe one you let hit it and never called you again."
This is from Lauryn Hill's famous song, "Doo Wop." "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" came out in 1998.
"Me I'm supa fly, supa dupa fly, supa dupa fly (I can't stand the rain!)"
Remember "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)"? This chart-topping hit came from Missy Elliott in 1997.
"Well, just plug me in just like I was Eddie Harris, You're eating crazy cheese like you would think I'm from Paris."
"So What'cha Want" was one of the Beastie Boys' best hits. "Check Your Head" came out in 1992.
"I don't wanna be a player no more. I'm not a player I just **** a lot."
This is a very memorable lyric from "Still Not a Player." Big Pun released this in 1998 on "Capital Punishment."
"It’s not a front, a F to the R to the O to the N to the T."
You down with "O.P.P." Naughty By Nature released this unforgettable song in 1991.
"Bounce wit me, wit me, wit me wit me.%0DCan you bounce wit me, bounce wit me, wit me wit me."
This is "Can I Get A..." by Jay-Z. Album 2 . . . "Rush Hour" came out in 1998.
"Hit you with no delaying so what you sayin yo, Silly with my nine milli, what the deally yo."
Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See
"Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See" comes from Busta Rhymes. The tribal-themed video came out in 1997.
"Now I dialed 911 a long time ago. Don't you see how late they reactin'?"
This is a lyric from "911 Is a Joke" by Public Enemy. This Top 40 hit was released in 1990.
"Breakin fools off cause I'm a No Limit soldier, At ease now salute, this pass me the doja."
Here is a lyric from "Make Em Say Uhh!" by Master P. The song features Fiend, Silkk, Mia-X and Mystikal.
"Shorty, I'm there for you anytime you need me. For real girl, it's me in your world, believe me."
You're All I Need To Get By
This is a lyric from Method Man's "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By." The album Tical came our in 1995.
"A-yo Bo knows this (what?) and Bo knows that (what?), But Bo don't know jack, 'cause Bo can't rap."
This is from "Scenario" by A Tribe Called Quest. The album "The Low End Theory" came out in 1991.
"We like the breeze flow straight out of our lids. Them they got moved by these hard-rock Brooklyn kids."
The full title of this song is "Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)." Digable Planets released this song in 1993.
"Who's the black sheep, what's the black sheep?%0DKnow not who I am, or when I'm coming, so you sleep."
This is from "The Choice Is Yours" by Black Sheep. "A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing" was released in 1991.
"Take me to another place, take me to another land.%0DMake me forget all that hurts me, let me understand your plan."
This lyric is from the unforgettable song "Tennessee," by Arrested Development. The song debuted in 1992.
"From standin' on the corners boppin', To drivin' some of the hottest cars New York has ever seen."
"Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)" came to us from Jay-Z. The rapper was killin' it, even back in 1998.
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