Comforted By Knowing It's 'All Good'

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Hip-Hop Artists De La Soul

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Can't We All Just Get Along? Our Search For The Albums Everyone Loves

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The Hippies of Hip-Hop: De La Soul

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De La Soul's landmark 1989 album 3 Feet High And Rising is among the recordings added to the Library of Congress this year. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Library Of Congress Adds De La Soul, Others To Collection

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The Recording Academy changed its rules this year to make streaming-only albums eligible for Grammy Awards. Chance the Rapper, who released his mixtape, Coloring Book, on Apple Music in May, is up for seven awards. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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