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The Grammys are set to go down at the end of this month on January 28th, and while some of today’s biggest names like Kendrick and Jay Z are fighting out top categories, rap icons and legends are now being honored by the Grammy Hall Of Fame.
Iconic producer and LA native Dr. Dre has now been inducted into the 2018 Hall Of Fame for the Grammys. Honoring Dre’s The Chronic album, the new induction joins his already N.W.A. ‘Straight Outta Compton’ record, which he and his ‘world’s most dangerous rap group’ members received in 2016.
Public Enemy’s 1989 socially-driven ‘Fight The Power’ single also entered the Grammy Hall Of Fame.
The Recording Academy chooses 25 titles for its list each year, which can either be full albums or singles that are at least 25 years old since release.
Check the full list here.