Throwback Thursday Playlist: The 1990’s

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Don’t believe the hype, the 1990’s will never die. There’s no doubt the era turned the music industry upside down.

The music was different than what was heard before, yet oddly familiar to the ear. Considered to be the golden age of music, where raunchy, yet family friendly, rugged, yet heart warming and politically diverse.

Its easy to say it was one of the best eras of music. We were educated The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, told to never chance waterfalls by TLC, and taught to, “never trust a big butt and smile” by Bell Biv DeVoe.

Here are five playlist created by the students of CSUN’s campus that prove 1990’s music was truly all that.

Lamar Johnson, Freshman

The “baby boomin” Playlist

1. R. Kelly- Bump N’ Grind

2. Ginuwine- Pony

3. R. Kelly- Honey Love

4. Janet Jackson- Anytime, Anyplace

5. Aaliyah- At Your Best

 

Jorge Valle, Sophomore

Then “funky” Playlist

1. 2pac- I Get Around

2. Dr. Dre- Forgot Bout Dre

3. Snoop Dogg- Gin and juice

4. Snoop Dogg- Ain’t No Fun

5. 112- Anywhere

Ricardo Reyes, Junior

The “Raw” Playlist

1. Biggie- Suicidal Thoughts

2. Biggie- One More Chance

3. Wu-Tang Clan- Method Man

4. Wu-Tang Clan- Protect Ya Nck

5. Wu-Tang Clan- C.R.E.A.M

Michelle Hernandez, Senior

The “Hood Sh***” Playlist

1. Cypress Hill- Insane in the Membrane

2. House of Pain- Jump Around

3. Warren G- Regulate

4. Coolio ft. L.V.- Gangsta’s Paradise

5. Ice Cube- Today Was a Good Day

Sonny Saiko, Freshman

The “off the top random” Playlist

1. Jagged Edge- “Any song, they all slap.”

2. 2pac- Hit ‘em Up

3. 2pac- Hail Mary

4. Jay-Z ft. UGK- Big Pimpin’

5. Biggie ft, Diddy ft. Mase- Mo Money Mo Problems