From The Notorious BIG to Tupac, N.W.A. to Outkast, we rounded up some of the greatest throwback anthems.
We've rounded up 20 of the biggest old-school Hip Hop tracks that defined their era but still sound as fresh today as they did at their original time of release.
Back when Biggie and Tupac ruled Hip Hop and Snoop Dogg was a newbie on the scene.
Press play on the ultimate old-school Hip Hop playlist below:
DMX - 'Ruff Ryders Anthem'
Back in 1998, DMX dropped a timeless Hip Hop classic, taken from his fourth studio album.
Outkast - 'So Fresh, So Clean'
Andre 3000 and Big Boi showed off their Hip Hop excellence on a single from their classic Outkast album 'Stankonia'.
The Notorious B.I.G. - 'One More Chance'
Prior to his untimely death, Biggie Smalls linked up with his then-wife Faith Evans for a soulful classic.
Snoop Dogg - 'What's My Name'
West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg exploded onto the scene with one of the biggest Hip Hop tracks ever. It was taken from his 1993 debut album 'Doggystyle'.
Tupac Feat. Dr Dre - 'California Love'
Released as Tupac's comeback song when he left prison in 1995, the West Coast legend linked up with Dr. Dre for huge anthem dedicated to California.
Nas - 'The World Is Yours'
Lifted from his classic 1994 debut album 'Illmatic', Nas dropped one of the biggest conscious Hip Hop tracks ever.
Mobb Deep - 'Shook Ones Part II'
Originally released in 1995, 'Shook Ones Part II' was the lead single from Mobb Deep's album 'The Infamous'. The track is still regarded as a classic and more recently featured heavily in movie '8 Mile'.