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The 100 Best Hip-Hop One-Hit Wonders

49. Young Black Teenagers "Tap The Bottle" (1992)

Producer: Terminator X, DJ Skribble
Album: Dead Enz Kidz Doin' Lifetime Bidz
Label: MCA Records


And you thought V-Nasty was bad! None of the five members of Young Black Teenagers were actually black. But they had a cosign from Public Enemy producer Hank Shocklee, who released their records on his Sounds Of Urban Listeners record label, and they weren't disgraceful to the culture or anything-well, not counting group member Kamron's whiteboy dreads. "Tap The Bottle" dropped a few months after House of Pain's "Jump Around" in 1992, and rose to No. 6 on the Rap Singles chart. But that was their last real hit, and two years later the group broke up.

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