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These classic tracks from the likes of Biggie, Brandy and Michael Jackson sound completely timeless, so it's hard to believe they were released 20 years ago now.
Also certified platinum in 1995, just two years before he was killed, was Biggie's 'Big Poppa.'
Released in May 1995 in the US and a few months later in August in the UK, 'Waterfalls' sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday.
Boyz II Men's platinum-selling single 'I'll Make Love to You' won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
The song that keeps on giving was released by Def Jam Recordings on 6th February, 1995.
Released in November 1995, Michael Jackson's 'Earth Song' shot to number one in the charts in the UK and around the world.
Mariah and Boyz II Men's timeless song was released on 14th November 1995, the song peaked at number one in the US and at number 6 in the UK.
In 1995 Brandy's hit song 'I Wanna Be Down,' released a year previously, got a hip hop remix with new vocals from American rappers MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, and Yo-Yo.
No Doubt's was first introduced to us as an album track off of the band's 1995 third studio album 'Tragic Kingdom,' the song reached number one in countless countries, including in the UK and went on to win a Grammy Award.
The track released in April 1995 went on to be certified platinum.
Shaggy released his first US hit 'Bombastic' on 5th June 1995.
The song was recorded, video shot and promo began in late 1995 for LL Cool J's throwback track, it didn't get a release until January 1996, so just missed the '95 charts.
One of the 90's most prominent singers, Janet Jackson, released 'Runaway' as a greatest hits album track on 19th August 1995.
Biggie's 'One More Chance' featured vocals from his one wifey Faith Evans and, although it's little known, vocals from Mary J Blige who is uncredited on the track. The song was certified platinum in July 1995.
Coolio's song, which featured on the 'Dangerous Minds' soundtrack, has gone down as a classic.
'Dear Mama' featured on Tupac's 1995 third studio album 'Me Against The World.' The song is a tribute to his mother, Afeni Shakur.