Naughty by Nature
Group reunited for their seventh album, Anthem Inc..
Remaining members released the album Ilcons, and temporarily disbanded following its lukewarm reception.
Member Kay Gee left the group following disputes involving finances.
Released the album Nineteen Naughty Nine: Nature's Fury, which peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Released the album Poverty's Paradise, their final release with Tommy Boy Records.
Released the album 19 Naughty III, featuring the hit song "Hip Hop Hooray."
Contributed this hit song "Uptown Anthem" to the soundtrack to the movie "Juice."
Released their self-titled debut as Naughty By Nature, which featured the hit track "O.P.P."
Released their first album, Independent Leaders under the name New Style.
First performed under the name New Style.
Group mentored fellow New Jersey rapper Queen Latifah.
Co-founded their own music imprint, Illtown Records.
Were the first hip-hop group to perform at Fenway Park.
Were accused by rapper Tony D of stealing a sample from his album Music Makes You Move for the song "O.P.P." but the matter was settled out of court.
Group's song "Here Comes The Money" has often been used as the entrance music for WWE star Shane McMahon.