One Hit Wonders

One chance, one hit, but never forgotten! These artists hit it big and for some reason, didn't do a lot afterwards.

1. This musical duo, which included Amel Larrieux and Bryce Wilson, had a 1995 Top 5 U.S. R&B single entitled "Tell Me":

City High
Groove Theory
Lucy Pearl

2. Their 2000 hit single "Who Let The Dogs Out?" was repeatedly played at sporting events and venues around the world:

Baha Men
The Braxtons
Skipworth & Turner

3. This band whose acronym name DRS means "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels", had their only hit in 1993 entitled:

"Gin and Juice"
"In My Bed"
"Gangsta Lean"

4. Hip-hop pioneer Heavy D discovered this group of talented brothers whose biggest hit was "Candy Rain":

Soul for Real

5. Though they completed a number of albums, this R&B quartet's biggest hit was the 1992 single "If I Ever Fall in Love":

Color Me Badd
Tony! Toni! Toné!

6. Originally signing with Bad Boy Records in the early 90's, the female trio Total scored big with their only hit called:

"Kissin' You"
"Be With You"
"Very Special"
"Who Can I Run To"

7. This feel good song by Bobby McFerrin became a worldwide hit in 1988:

"Cry No More"
"Don't Worry, Be Happy"
"Best of My Love"

8. Their 1979 genre-inspiring hit "Rapper's Delight" is considered by many to be one the first mainstream rap songs:

Wilmer & The Dukes
The Sugarhill Gang
The Trammps
High Inergy

9. This recording artist, a citizen of both the U.S. and Antigua, released several singles but is best known for his 1986 hit "Shake You Down":

Nick Ashford
George Duke
Gregory Abbott

10. Another 1986 hit by ____________ entitled "Rumors", became an anthem against those who gossip and spread rumors:

Club Nouveau
The System
Rob Base
Timex Social Club

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