In “7 Hip-Hop Songs That Remind Me Of My ‘90s Childhood,” Green Label details and discusses songs that draw inspiration from television programs.
One such tune is Change The Rapper and the Social Experiment’s “Wonderful Everyday: Arthur,” which covers the theme song of Arthur.
“Chance The Rapper teams up with Wyclef Jean, The O’ Mys, and more for this lullabye recreation,” Green Label writes in its story. “Now Chance just needs to lay a verse on ‘Library Card.’”
Another song included in the Green Label article is Joey Bada$$’s “World Domination,” which samples Pinky And The Brain.
“This is the first track I ever heard of Joey Bada$$ and this intro immediately grabbed my attention,” the story says. “I’ve been a fan ever since.”
To read the entire “7 Hip-Hop Songs That Remind Me Of My ‘90s Childhood” story, visit Green Label.