It seems like a whole lifetime ago since Tyson was sent to prison.
For some of you reading this - it actually was.
Hip-Hop is now as it was then the voice of protest for those who have been denied that voice by other means. I celebrate the best rap videos of 1992 not just as another landmark year in my life but as a reminder that hip-hop will always be here to speak the truth no matter who in power tries to silence the disenfranchised or powerless. Hip-Hop will always be here, as KRS-One famously said, "forever and ever."
PS: There are WAY more than 20 songs from 1992 worth featuring, but I had to stop somewhere. Check out part one HERE.
11.) Gang Starr - "Take It Personal"
12.) Grand Puba - "360 (What Goes Around)"
13.) Kool G Rap and DJ Polo - "Ill Street Blues"
14.) House of Pain - "Jump Around"
15.) Geto Boys - "Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta"
16.) Paris - "The Days of Old"
17.) Black Sheep - "Strobelite Honey"
18.) Boogie Down Productions - "Duck Down"
19.) Digable Planets - "Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)"