Music Review: “Hip-Hop Hooray” by Naughty By Nature

Hip Hop Hooray is my favorite song. It represents Hip Hop and its history. I have fun with this song. I love the rhythm rhymes of it. This is a great classic song. I remember watching the music video. I love most of the songs from the group Naughty By Nature. The style is different from the rest of the singing rap and hip hop groups. The style of the way they wear clothes they represent true hip hop. It is simply a song to enjoy and be rowdy from it. The cars hop up and down. the neighborhood community jump up and down. They sing to its rhymes. We all look tough and intimidating just for fun. They talk about pretty women all looking sexy and skinny attractive. I enjoy the styles of clothing from this group. They dress and look cool! My other favorite song from them is “O.P.P.”, but that is another subject from right now. I give this song four and a half thumbs up out of five. Truly great song! This is what Hip Hop represents! 😀


11 thoughts on “Music Review: “Hip-Hop Hooray” by Naughty By Nature

  1. When Naughty first came out and people heard Treach, he had an excellent rap style that turned everybody around at that time. The group definitely contributed by being a ground that focused on and perfected anthem type hip hop.

  2. Wow! A real “blast from the past”, although my past extends back to Sugar Hill Gang and Grandmaster Flash. Now they wrote ‘party’ songs. To this day, I still remember the words…all of the words[I have this gift for lyrical recall and an absolute love of all musical genres.]!
    Thanks for the nostalgia.
    Got to give props to Hip-Hop!

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