Where: (click below to visit venue on Foursquare)St Clair Ave & E 99th St, Cleveland, OH 44108
When: June 13, 1995
What: The first single off of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s debut album E. 1999 Eternal referenced the day of the month when welfare recipients received their checks. It was the group’s first hit and was nominated for a Grammy Award that year. It was followed by the wildly popular, “Crossroads.”
In celebration of Black Music Month, TheUrbanDaily’s “It’s All Black Music” presents 100 Rewarding Black Music Moments, sponsored by Southwest Airlines.
Each Black Music Moment is associated with an actual place that you can visit. During the month of June, check in to at least three of these places on Foursquare to unlock TheUrbanDaily’s exclusive “It’s All Black Music” Badge. Check out the locations and details on our Foursquare page!
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