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Listen… we had a TIME at Urban One Honors! ✨ From the carpet to the dope content lounges, our lovely team of hosts LeToya Luckett, Reginae Carter, Yandy Smith, & Dr. Contessa Metcalfe caught up with some of our favorite stars in attendance for the ultimate celebration of Black excellence! Stay tuned for exclusive interviews […]

Oh, the 90s! What a time to be alive! This edition of Unsung Presents: The Decades took us on a trip down memory lane.

From the beating of Rodney King, to the '92 riots and their aftermath, rappers have been releasing music that reflected the systemic oppression, racism, and brutality that Black communities have faced for decades.

The 1992 single sent this beloved '90s R&B trio soaring to the top of music charts! It was undeniably an anthem for all women.

In 1992, Das EFX released their debut album 'Dead Serious.' The hit single "The Want EFX!" rose to the top of the charts and introduced the mainstream industry to their brand new “iggity” cadence and stutter rap style.

The trendsetting '90s rap duo reflected on their beginnings at Virginia State University back in the late '80s.

WATCH: Legendary MC Monie Love Sits Down To Talk Unsung, Sisterhood in Hip-Hop + More!

Pete Rock's talent led him to working with some of the industry's biggest stars, including Shabba Ranks, Mick Jagger, Public Enemy, and more!

Legendary producer Pete Rock was known for creating a special kind of remix. Perhaps, those talents came from this backstage experience at 7-years-old? Either way, this memory was dope!

Thelma Houston is like many who just need a reminder sometimes! The Disco diva's impact could never be denied. Learn more about her legacy in an all-new episode of Unsung!

Remembered as the energetic and aggressive female among a group of guys, Monie Love said she's wanted to set herself apart as a dope lyricist since day one.

The iconic 90s R&B group visits their old stomping grounds in Wyandanch, New York, specifically a train station, to check if the acoustics are still the same. Needless to say, they STILL got it!