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The 90's Billboard #1's Rate (1995-1999): We've come to the end of our road.

Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by Ironheade, Mar 3, 2018.

  1. Y'all can thank me when Puff Daddy outlasts whatever faves of yours get the chop. (Mostly Mo Money Mo Problems…)
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  2. I really don't think any of the hip hop should be going yet either.
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  3. Lullabye isn't really that bad though, it's pleasant for what it is. I gave it a 6.

    Funny the last two eliminations were in chronological order (Lullabye hit #1 right after I'm Your Angel).
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  4. All Star will surely be with us longer than Slide, Fly and Semi Charmed Life at the very least.
  5. Mo Money Mo Problems and I’ll Be Missing You are legit rap classics, though, so I’m fine with that.
  6. My average for those four is 0.5 ddd
  7. I see somebody got his Ph.D (Player Hater's Degree)!!!!!
  8. Same. It's like I'm a fan of his or anything (I didn't even know some of the songs before) but he was definitely delivering the bops in the late 90s.
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  9. Puff Daddy is just not that fun as a rapper. Team Coolio.
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  10. I’m already frightened of the eviscerating post @Ironheade is planning for Fly’s elimination...
  11. “Gangsta’s Paradise” is one of the most OVERRATED songs of all-time.
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  12. Well my point is that those people weren’t with them every day throughout their teenage years... Anyways I think as time has gone more Celine fans feel suspect of the whole thing. I know there were detractors then but Celine’s wedding was broadcast live in Quebec so they weren’t the majority.

    On a different note All Star is a 10. What the fuck are people posting? Did you never get your life to Shrek in a theatre when you were 12????

    Also a significant portion of the male r&b/hip-hip here is superior to like a good quarter of the other genres, so people need to stop.
  13. Coolio’s best contribution to pop culture remains Theme from Kenan and Kel
  14. Wrong.
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  15. Interesting considering I would say "California Love" or "Hypnotize" from this rate are always rated higher by GP and yet none of the three are really 'overrated'.
  16. Technically '1234' is my fave but this is still the best post ever.

    (cc: @DJHazey)
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  17. It has been irreversibly tainted by a dark-sided demon named Weird Al Yankovich.
  18. Yeah, but people like the Stevie Wonder song so that'll drag up its score.
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  19. Not for me, as I've never heard his version.

    I saw the Weird Al version of Beat It on TV when I was probably 8 years old. I didn't find him funny then, and nearly 30 years later I still don't.
  20. 2014

    2014 Moderator

    This had better be an underdog for the win. A song.
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