Hearing a throwback jam on the radio can send your mind spiraling back to a time of high-school parties and first kisses. If you enjoy nostalgia — and God knows we need it when the present is so bleak — unplug your aux cord and tune your car radio to Vibe 92.7. The old-school hip-hop station plays hits strictly from the '80s, '90s, and '00s, so it's ideal for hip-hop fans who want to remember a time before mumble rap came along. Tune into the station during a short car ride and you might hear Jay-Z and pre-MAGA-hat Kanye's "The Bounce," Usher's "Burn," or your fair share of Wu-Tang Clan and A Tribe Called Quest. Remembering just how old you are is an unfortunate side effect of listening to the station where "classic hip-hop lives," but it's well worth the #tbt journey.
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