Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums  

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Run-D.M.C. was a pioneering hip hop group during the 1980s, founded by Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons, Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels and Jason "Jam-Master Jay" Mizell. The group had an impact on the development of hip hop through the 1980s and is credited with breaking hip hop into mainstream music. The three members of Run-D.M.C. grew up in the neighborhood of Hollis in the New York City borough of Queens, USA.

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Discography

Albums

Year Album Chart Positions
US US Hip-Hop
1984 Run-D.M.C. 53 14
1985 King of Rock 52 12
1986 Raising Hell 3 1
1988 Tougher Than Leather 9 2
1990 Back from Hell 81 16
1993 Down with the King 7 1
2001 Crown Royal 37 22

Singles

Year Title U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B
1983 "It's like That" - 15
1984 "30 Days" - 16
"Hard Times" - 11
"Hollis Crew (Krush Groove 2)" - 65
1985 "Can You Rock It Like This" - 19
"Jam-Master Jammin'" - 53
"King of Rock" - 14
"You Talk Too Much" - 19
1986 "My Adidas" - 5
"Walk This Way" 4 8
"You Be Illin'" 29 12
1987 "It's Tricky" 57 21
1988 "I'm Not Going Out Like That" - 40
"Mary, Mary" 75 29
"Run's House" - 10
1989 "Pause" - 51
1990 "What's It All About" - 24
1991 "Faces" - 57
1993 "Down with the King" 21 9
"Ooh, Whatcha Gonna Do" - 78
"Can I Get It, Yo" - -
2001 "Rock Show" - -

Greatest hits albums

Other singles and compilation albums




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