DO TEENS KNOW 90s HIP HOP? (West Vs. East) | REACT: Do They Know It?

– This song’s a bop.
This song’s always a bop. – Dude, we missed out on a great time. – I’ve never done this good
in a music episode. I’ve never– wow.
You guys hit my element. ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) Do you think you
know some major ’90s hip hop hits? – (chuckling) Goodbye. – I don’t even know
the regular ’90s music. I’m not gonna know
the ’90s hip hop ones. – (FBE) Not only are we looking
for the title and artist, but we’re also going to see
if you can tell whether or not it’s
East Coast or West Coast. – Bruh, I’m not gonna
know that at all! – I literally love ’90s hip hop
and early 2000s music, so it’s kinda my thing. I sound so confident
and watch me get all of them wrong. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Cost me more to be free
than a life in the pen ♪ ♪ Makin’ money off
the cuss words, writin’ again ♪ ♪ Learn how to think ahead… ♪
– I’ve heard this. – I know the artist, obviously.
He’s super iconic. – His voice is so distinct. – ♪ Got me lost in Hell,
to live and die in L.A. on bail ♪ ♪ My angel sing ♪ ♪ To live and die in L.A.,
it’s the place to be ♪ ♪ To live and die in L.A. ♪
– I like it. It’s good. ♪ When everybody wanna see ♪ ♪ To live and die in L.A. ♪ ♪ Die in L.A. ♪
– It’s kinda groovy. I liked that. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– I have no idea of the title, and I have no idea of the artist. I would guess that this one
is more West Coast. – I’m pretty sure
they were saying L.A., so I’m gonna assume it’s West Coast.
I want to say 2Pac. I don’t know the title, though. – I think it’s 2Pac,
“Dying in L.A.” or something like that as a title.
L.A., it’s West Coast. – This is 2Pac, “L.A.”
and then he’s also on the West Coast. – This is “To Live and Die in L.A.”
by 2Pac Shakur. He’s definitely West Coast. – That’s 2Pac,
“To Live and Die in L.A.” And 2Pac is West Coast. – (FBE) This is
“To Live and Die in L.A.” by 2Pac and this is West Coast.
– Oh. Okay, cool. I’ve heard of 2Pac before. – I just watched a video
about him in history class. Like, yes, 2Pac is now history. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ And that’s realer
than Real-Deal Holyfield ♪ ♪ And now you hookers and hoes… ♪ – Definitely heard this one before. – ♪ Well, if it’s good enough
to get broke off a proper chunk ♪ ♪ I’ll take a small piece… ♪ – Oh, my gosh. – (rapping along) ♪ It’s like this
and like that and like this and a– ♪ – (rapping along) ♪ It’s like this
and like that and like this and a– ♪ – ♪ It’s like this and like that
and like this and a– ♪ ♪ Dre, creep to the mic… ♪
– I know this song. – I know this! – ♪ …and I’m creepin’ ♪ ♪ But I damn near got caught
’cause my beeper kept beepin’ ♪ – I’m 99.9% sure I’ll never
be able to guess any of these. – ♪ …on a ride like this befo’ ♪ – Listening to this kind of stuff
kind of makes me depressed though because it’s just like, dude,
we missed out on a great time. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No, I do not. It sounded West Coast. – I literally listen to it all the time. One of the artists was Snoop and I don’t know who the other one is. That’s West. – Snoop Dogg and I think Dr. Dre. I think it’s called
“Like This Like That” or something like that. I have no idea where
either of them are from but I think it’s West. – So the artist
was Snoop Dogg and Dre, but I don’t know
the title of the song. It’s West Coast. – Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. They’re both in the West Coast
and the song is called “Next Episode.” – It’s called
“Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang” with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.
This is West Coast. – (FBE) This is
“Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang” by Dr. Dre, featuring Snoop,
and this is West Coast. – Oh, my god.
I could have guessed that. – Snoop Dogg kind of went
under Dr. Dre’s wing, so his early music in the ’90s,
he did most of his songs with Dr. Dre.
That’s kinda how I knew. – I [bleep] love Dr. Dre! I studied all of his beats.
I love you, bro! You’re the greatest!
So is Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg is still out here,
making music, and his music is dope as…
anyway, that’s all I gotta say. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ I’m from the school
of the hard knocks… ♪ – Oh! – ♪ Let outsiders violate
our blocks and my plot ♪ – This one’s easy. (laughing) – ♪ …50/50, uh-huh ♪ ♪ Let’s take the dough
and stay real jiggy… ♪ – I like how they use
words like “dough” and “jiggy.” – ♪ Flow infinitely like the memory
of my [bleep] Biggie… ♪ – Showing props to another artist. – ♪ You know it’s hell
when I come through ♪ ♪ The life and times of Shawn Carter,
[bleep], Volume 2 ♪ ♪ It’s a hard knock life for us ♪
– Oh! This is from Annie. – ♪ …for us ♪ – Oh, okay. I got this.
I got this. – (singing along) ♪ …get tricked ♪ ♪ Instead of kisses… ♪ – ♪ …we get kicked ♪ ♪ It’s a hard knock life ♪ – Damn, I haven’t heard
this music in forever. – (FBE) Do you know this one? – This is Biggie. This song is called “Hard Knock Life”
and he’s in the East Coast. – “A Hard Knock Life” by Jay-Z? West. – Jay-Z and “Hard Knock Life.”
East Coast. – “Hard Knock Life” by Jay-Z.
He’s East. – (FBE) This is actually Jay-Z.
– That’s Jay-Z? – (FBE) It is “Hard Knock Life”
by Jay-Z. You’re right.
It is East Coast. – Hey! I got one. At least I got some of it right. – This song’s pretty popular. I feel like this is one
of his more popular songs from the ’90s. – That’s a good song and Jay-Z, ah,
he’s a great lyricist. He’s still holding it down in 2018. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Close like Starsky and Hutch,
stick the clutch ♪ ♪ Dare I squeeze three… ♪ – Oh! I know this. – ♪ …easily, busily ♪ ♪ Recently [omitted]
frontin’, ain’t sayin’ nothin’ ♪ – I like how this
beat is a little bit faster. – This is Biggie.
I know that for a fact. – ♪ Packin’, askin’, “Who want it?” ♪ ♪ You got it, [omitted], flaunt it ♪ ♪ That Brooklyn bull[bleep]… ♪
– (singing along) ♪ …we on it ♪ – ♪ Biggie, Biggie… ♪ – (rapping along)
♪ …Biggie, can’t you see? ♪ – (rapping along) ♪ Sometimes
your words just hypnotize me ♪ – ♪ And I just love your… ♪ – This song’s a bop.
This song is always a bop. – ♪ …and you’re so paid ♪ – Sometimes a song’s so good
that you just– there’s not enough you can say about it. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– The Notorious B.I.G. I don’t know what the song is called,
but he’s from Brooklyn, I think. – Biggie, the song
is called “Hypnotize,” and he is East Coast. – It’s called “Hypnotize,”
The Notorious B.I.G. He’s East Coast. – “Hypnotize,” Biggie,
from the East Coast. – (FBE) This is “Hypnotize,”
by Notorious B.I.G. and he is East Coast,
but he also collaborated with a lot of West Coast artists.
– Yeah, with 2Pac and a lot of other people too. – That was good.
Oh, these are good ones. These are songs that
are warming my heart right now. – I’ve never done this
good in a music episode. I’ve never– wow.
You guys hit my element. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Any last words ♪ ♪ Before your ass gets smoked,
it ain’t a joke ♪ ♪ Because my pockets is broke… ♪ – I might know this one too. – Wow, an actual episode
where I know what’s going on. – ♪ …your gold and your
brand new Nike’s ♪ ♪ And anything else I might like ♪ ♪ And then I’m off in the wind again ♪ – Hmmm, I’ve heard it. – I’ve never heard this before. – ♪ …two [bleep] in one night ♪ ♪ Didn’t even have to fight ♪ ♪ Just pulled out my 9… ♪ – All right, the flow and everything
is something I miss so much from the ’90s. – ♪ …do you have any last words ♪
– Ah, bro! If he was alive,
things would be so different in the community!
You have no idea. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– I don’t know it. – I definitely do not know this one. – This is Eazy-E,
but I don’t know the song. – The artist is Eazy-E.
I don’t know the song, but I know he’s from Compton,
so it’s a West Coast artist. – This is “Any Last Werdz” by Eazy-E. This is West. – The artist is Eazy-E,
the title “Any Last Werdz,” and he’s West Coast. – (FBE) This is “Any Last Werdz”
by Eazy-E and he’s West Coast. – Eazy-E. That’s why.
I don’t listen to any of him. – I know he’s from the group N.W.A.
and, I mean, I saw the movie “Straight Outta Compton.” – (FBE) Are you crying?
– Yeah, because it’s so sad! All these people, they die
and then recently people keep dying, just recently like Mac. Growing up, I just listened
to these people a lot. They’re just such
a big part of my life. I wish they were here. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ They got my homie hemmed up
and they all around ♪ ♪ Can’t none of them see him
if they goin’ straight pound-for-pound ♪ ♪ They wanna come up real quick
before they start… ♪ – I’ve heard this before. – Oh, this one’s easy. I don’t think I know the title though. – ♪ …I think I’m goin’ down ♪ ♪ I can’t believe it’s
happenin’ in my own town ♪ ♪ If I had wings I would fly… ♪ – (rapping along)
♪ Let me contemplate ♪ – This one sounds very… – ♪ Sixteen in the clip
and one in the hole ♪ – …chill. – ♪ …make some bodies… ♪ – I’m kind of going between
two different artists right now. – ♪ …and it’s a tad bit late ♪ ♪ Nat Dogg and Warren G
had to regulate ♪ – It’s that bass. It’s that bass. – (FBE) You know this one? – I don’t know who it’s by. – Snoop Dogg, featuring someone. I know they’re West Coast,
but I don’t know the song. – Nate Dogg. I don’t know what the song is
and I’m just gonna say West Coast on that one. – Nate Dogg, “Regulate,” West Coast. – Nate Dogg, Warren G. Song title “Regulate.”
West Coast. – (FBE) This is “Regulate”
by Warren G, featuring Nate Dogg
and this is West Coast. – I would have never guessed that. – At least I know the difference
between West Coast and East Coast. – (FBE) This song describes Warren G
driving alone through east side Long Beach.
He finds a group of men playing dice and tries to join them,
but they pull out their guns and rob him instead.
– Oh, wow. What a story. – Some people just listen to music
for the music, some people listen to it for the lyrics,
but if you have a story behind it, it’s kinda like putting
the best of both worlds. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ I used to drink 40s ♪ ♪ Back then I didn’t blaze ♪ ♪ Switched to the pipe
with the peace these days ♪ – Is this who I think it is? – I think… if this a woman,
I think I know who it is. – ♪ … so ho on and ho on (hoo-oo) ♪ ♪ That’s what we
about to do (hoo-ooo) ♪ ♪ Take you on a mission
with the Flavor U ♪ – Oh, you lost me. – ♪ …with no dibby dibby flip flop ♪ ♪ I get mad when it comes… ♪ – I don’t know this song at all. – It sounds like Salt N Pepa. – ♪ Gimme five on the black hand side ♪ ♪ Yo, chill ♪ ♪ Gimme five on the black hand side ♪
– I don’t think I’ve heard this. – It sounds very catchy. – (FBE) Do you know it?
– I do not know this one. – I don’t. I’m gonna say East Coast. – I don’t. I think she’s East Coast. – (FBE) This is “Black Hand Side”
by Queen Latifah and she is East Coast.
– Really? – Oh, no way! – Queen Latifah rapped? Dang, I didn’t know that. Wow. – (FBE) She started beat boxing
for the hip hop group Ladies Fresh and was
an original member of The Flavor Unit. Her debut album
“All Hail to the Queen” sold more than one million copies.
– Look at her go. What an icon. – Well, go ahead, Queen! Okay. I love it. – I really miss the flow
and the style of these songs, how they were produced
and versus how they’re produced now. Hopefully, some artists come around
that bring that style back. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching
“Do They Know It Hip Hop?” on the React channel. – Don’t miss out on all our new videos. Subscribe. – If you liked this episode,
hit that Like button. – Peace! – Hey, guys, Alyssa here,
a producer from the React channel. Hope you enjoyed going down
memory lane with us today. If there is another artist
from the ’90s that you want us to cover,
let us know down in the comments. See you next time.


Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *