Hip-hop has grown over the years to become one of the most popular genres of music in our generation. Pop culture has embraced the music, the culture, and community that it brings. The genre is so popular that there are game shows like Hip-Hop Card Revoked and Hip Hop Squares, that were created to test people's knowledge of the genre.
Family game shows like Jeopardy often have Hip-hop centered questions for contestants to answer. Getting these questions right or wrong could mean the difference in winning or losing thousands of dollars. You'd be surprised by how much or how little people know about hip-hop. Check out the twenty best hip-hop questions that have been featured on game shows.
Chicago native G Herbo was put to the test when he appeared on Hip-Hop Card Revoked. Herbo is only 22 and while some of the questions were literally before his time he was able to hold it down and keep his card.
The first question G Herbo had to answer he got wrong, he didn't know who the rap group Fu-Schnickens was or that Shaquille O'Neal made his hip-hop debut performing on The Arsenio Hall Show alongside the group.
In G Herbo's defense, he wasn't even born when the performance occurred–Herbo was born in 1995.