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    Best of Kris Kross Remixed '92 '94 '96

    • Year Released: 1996
    Best Of Kris Kross Remixed '92 '94 '96 is a remix/compilation album by hip hop duo Kris Kross. The album featured remixes of every hit single from Kris Kross' albums Totally Krossed Out, Da Bomb and Young, Rich & Dangerous except "I Missed the Bus" and one unreleased track entitled "Raide." Guests appearances were made by Redman, Supercat and DJ Clark Kent.
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    Da Bomb

    • Year Released: 1993
    Da Bomb was the second studio album from hip-hop duo Kris Kross, whose members hit puberty a year after its debut album Totally Krossed Out. They tried a hardcore/gangsta look to fit with the new style of hip-hop. The album was not as successful as Totally Krossed Out, as many fans were not impressed with the new look and style and the use of the racial slur "nigga," and reviews were mixed. The line "I drop bombs like Hiroshima" from "Da Bomb" was edited out of the album's Japanese release. Despite some negative reviews the album was certified platinum in the US, selling 1.1 million copies, and a total of 4 million copies worldwide. Three singles were released, "Alright," "I'm Real" and "Da Bomb."
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    Gonna Make U Jump

    • Year Released: 1998
    Gonna Make U Jump is a compilation album by hip hop duo Kris Kross and, thus far, the duo's last album. Although it is a compilation, this album only has four out of the ten singles released by the group. Due to this fact the album was not well received, but was certified gold by the RIAA. It would be the last time the duo was heard of as they have disappeared from the public.
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    Jump

    • Year Released: 1992
    Jump is a single that was nominated for 1993 Juno Award for Best Selling Single.
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    Totally Krossed Out

    • Year Released: 1992
    Totally Krossed Out is the debut album by rap duo, Kris Kross. The album was released on March 31, 1992 for Ruffhouse Records and was produced by Jermaine Dupri. Totally Krossed Out was huge success for the duo, selling over four million copies and making it to #1 on the Billboard 200 and #1 Top R/Hip-Hop Albums chart, where they remained two and six nonconsecutive weeks respectively. The album also produced four singles including "Jump" (#1 pop hit) and "Warm It Up", both of which made it to #1 on the Hot Rap Singles, as well as two other successful singles "I Missed the Bus" and "It's A Shame". The album was certified 4x platinum by the RIAA. Music videos were released for the four singles and well as one for the song "The Way of Rhyme." All songs written by Jermaine Dupri except when noted.
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    Young, Rich & Dangerous

    • Year Released: 1996
    Young, Rich & Dangerous is the third and final studio album by hip hop duo Kris Kross. The album was released in 1996 for So So Def Recordings and was produced by Jermaine Dupri. The album spawned two hit singles "Tonite's tha Nite" and "Live and Die for Hip-Hop". "Live and Die for Hip-Hop" featured Da Brat, Aaliyah, Jermaine Dupri and Mr. Black. Despite some positive reviews, Young, Rich & Dangerous was the least successful album for Kris Kross. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on March 4, 1996.
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