It’s time to induct some new members into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame! Of hip-hop’s most cherished acts, groups like RUN DMC, Public Enemy, Sugar Hill Gang, and N.W.A. are just some of the many who have already been inducted over the years.
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This year, Chaka Khan, Janet Jackson and Tupac are some of the legendary stars being considered to be inducted. But should rappers be eligible to be inducted? Click on the player above to hear Headkrack explain more on this exclusive video edition of the Hip-Hop Spot.
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20 Years Later: The Top 10 Most Sampled Tupac Songs
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1. Toni Braxton 'Me and my Boyfriend' - Tupac's 'Me and my Girlfriend'
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2. Joe 'Street Dreams' - Tupac's 'All Eyez On Me;
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3. Nicole Wray 'I Like It' - Tupac's 'I Get Around'
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4. Jay Z and Beyonce - 'Bonnie & Clyde' - Tupac's Me and My Girlfriend
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5. Ludacris - 'Press The Start Button' - Tupac's Amerikaz Most Wanted
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6. Three 6 Mafia 'Wolf Wolf' - Tupac's Pain
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