Hip Hop / Rap
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180-gram double LP reissue
With four massive hit singles and 17 million copies shifted worldwide, the Fugees did, indeed, score big time in 1996 with The Score.
A breath of fresh air in the gangsta-dominated mid-'90s,' breakthrough album, , marked the beginning of a resurgence in alternative hip-hop. Its left-field, multi-platinum success proved there was a substantial untapped audience with an appreciation for rap music but little interest in thug life.
's eclecticism, social consciousness, and pop smarts drew millions of latent hip-hop listeners back into the fold, showing just how much the music had grown up. It not only catapulted into stardom, but also launched the productive solo careers of and , the latter of whom already ranks as one of the top female MCs of all time based on her work here.
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|Ready Or Not|
|Killing Me Softly with His Song|
|No Woman, No Cry|