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News: Dr. Dre and Public Enemy Inducted into GRAMMY Hall of Fame

Dr. Dre and Public Enemy are the latest Hip Hop acts to be inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame. They follow the likes of The Sugarhill Gang, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Run-D.M.C. and N.W.A. who are also all apart of the prestigious honor. The GRAMMY Hall of Fame was founded in 1973 to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old.

Additional artists being inducted include Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Sam Cooke, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Whitney Houston, Billie Holiday and others. You can take a look at the full list of inductees here.

GRAMMY Hall of Fame Inductees 2018:

Jimi Hendrix
Band of Gypsys (1970)
Capitol

Sam Cooke
“Bring It On Home to Me” (1962)
RCA Victor

Dr. Dre
The Chronic (1992)
Death Row

Aerosmith
“Dream On” (1973)
Columbia

Public Enemy
“Fight the Power” (1989)
Motown

Parliament
“Flash Light” (1978)
Casablanca

Hugh Masekela
“Grazing In the Grass” (1968)
UNI

Linda Ronstadt
Heart Like a Wheel (1974)
Capitol

Four Tops
“I Can’t Help Myself” (1965)
Motown

Gladys Knight & The Pips
“I Heard It Through the Grapevine” (1967)
Soul / Motown

The King Cole Trio
“(I Love You) For Sentinmental Reasons” (1946)
Capitol

Whitney Houston
“I Will Always Love You” (1992)
Arista

Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (1968)
Columbia

Thomas Alva Edison
“Mary Had a Little Lamb” (1878)
N/A

Billy Paul
“Me and Mrs. Jones” (1972)
Philadelphia International

Andy Williams
“Moon River” (1962)
Columbia

Billie Holiday
“My Man” (1937)
Brunswick

Nirvana
Nevermind (1991)
DGC

Queen
A Night at the Opera (1975)
Elektra

The Rolling Stones
“Paint It, Black” (1966)
London

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five
“Savoy Blues” (1927)
Okeh

Leon Russell
“A Song For You” (1970)
Shelter

David Bowie
“Space Oddity” (1969)
Mercury

Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup
“That’s All Right” (1949)
RCA Victor

Mike Oldfield
Tubular Bells (1973)
Virgin

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