Early ’90s rap superstars get floors shaking with their ear-worm hits “O.P.P.,” “Hip Hop Hooray,” and “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright”
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Naughty by Nature
The Naughty: MCs Treach and Vinnie, and DJ Kay Gee
Their Nature: golden-age hip-hop and, of course, O.P.P.
What’s O.P.P.?: other people’s…“property”
Their other contribution to the hip-hop lexicon: the ubiquitous call-and-response chant “hey! ho!” from “Hip Hop Hooray”
Their connection to royalty: they were discovered by Queen Latifah
Their latest victory: 2011’s Anthem Inc., which celebrated the 20th anniversary of the trio by having all three members on the same album for the first time in 12 years. It also revisits the hits that made them famous, features 13 new boom-bap paeans, and includes a guest spot from the Queen herself on “God Is Us.”