Onyx – Slam

What Is It?

The song Slam by the American hip hop group Onyx from their 1993 music album Bacdafucup:

Onyx – Slam
Onyx – Slam

Here is how Wikipedia describes this song:

“Slam” is a song by American hip hop group Onyx.

It was released on May 11, 1993, by JMJ Records and Rush Associated Labels as the second single from Onyx’s debut album, Bacdafucup.

The song introduced slamdancing into hip-hop.

“Slam” was Onyx’s breakthrough single, making it to number 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and was the group’s second straight single to make it to number 1 on the Hot Rap Singles for two weeks.

The single was first certified Gold on July 7, 1993, before being certified Platinum on August 10, 1993.[1]

According to group member Fredro Starr, the song has sold about 5 million copies.[2]

Here is the description for the videos above:

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Slam · Onyx

Slam: The Alternatives

℗ 1993 The Island Def Jam Music Group

Released on: 1993-01-01

Producer: Chyskillz
Producer: Jam Master Jay
Studio Personnel, Mixer: Rich July
Composer Lyricist: Jason Mizell
Composer Lyricist: Kirk Jones
Composer Lyricist: Tyrone Taylor
Composer Lyricist: Fred Scruggs
Composer Lyricist: Chylow M. Parker

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SONG: Slam (Album Version (Edited))

LICENSES: UMG (on behalf of Def Jam Recordings); LatinAutorPerf, LatinAutor – SonyATV, Audiam (Publishing), LatinAutor – UMPG, SOLAR Music Rights Management, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, BMI – Broadcast Music Inc., AMRA, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor – PeerMusic, Audiam Canada, Sony Music Publishing, and 13 Music Rights Societies

ONYX performs “Slam” on Showtime at the Apollo.


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Young Justice: Phantoms / Young Justice (Season 4)

What Is It?

The animated superhero TV show Young Justice: Phantoms / Young Justice (Season 4).

Young Justice: Phantoms – Official Season 4 Trailer | DC FanDome 2021
Young Justice: Phantoms | Mid-Season Trailer | HBO Max

Here is how Fandom describes this animated TV show:

Young Justice: Phantoms is the title of the fourth season of Young Justice, preceded by Young Justice: Outsiders, and it is composed of 26 episodes. It was announced on July 20, 2019, during the DC Universe panel at San Diego Comic-Con.[1][2]

The first two episodes were made available as a special surprise from DC FanDome, on October 16, 2021.

On April 6, 2022, DC Comics announced Young Justice: Targets, a six-issue series that takes place after the finale of season four. Each issue will first be available on the DC Universe Infinite platform for 30 days before making their way to comic bookshelves. Moreover, each issue includes a bonus story detailing previously unseen adventures from past seasons of the show. The first issue is slated to come out on June 14, 2022, on DC Universe Infinite, and will later be available in comic book stores on July 26.[3]

Major Plot Lines

Miss MartianSuperboy and Beast Boy travel to Mars for M’gann and Conner’s wedding. There, they find themselves amidst civil unrest stemming from racial prejudice and a murder mystery.

Ma’alefa’ak plans to purge every G’arrunn and B’lahdenn on Mars.

Three time travelers—Saturn GirlPhantom Girl and Chameleon Boy—are tailing the trio to prevent some undisclosed tragedy. A mysterious figure tries to foil their efforts and seemingly kills his target.

Beast Boy’s mounting tragedies and traumas start to take a toll on his mental health.

Tigress is sought out by Cassandra Savage and Onyx, two League of Shadows members who profess to have defected. Both accuse one another of being a mole trying to infiltrate the Team.

new Lord of Chaos comes down to the Earthly plane and seeks to replace Klarion.

Family and friends grieve the death of Superboy.

An Atlantean prophecy is coming into fruition.

RocketForager, and Flash travel to Supertown for negotiations with the New Gods.

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Reverend F’s Water Pipes

I had more dreams but I did not record them, and so I only remember part of the end of this dream.

This dream took place during the day, and my family connected some piping / plumbing to the water pipes behind Reverend F’s house that burned down Saturday without asking Reverend F and his family for some unknown reason.

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