The Best Musical Guests On All That

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Fresh Out the Box - Being a kid in the '90s had its perks. Shows like All That (which first aired on Nickelodeon on April 16, 1994), gave children the best of pop culture from music to comedy. The live-action sketch comedy show aired until 2005, but it’s easy to claim that the best musical guests made their appearances in its first years. Recently, some of the original cast members of the show reunited at New York's Comic-Con 20 years after the show first aired. It reminded us of some of the best music acts the show offered. Whoever made these decisions is the real MVP. — Janice Llamoca(Photo: Nickelodeon)

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Fresh Out the Box - Being a kid in the '90s had its perks. Shows like All That (which first aired on Nickelodeon on April 16, 1994), gave children the best of pop culture from music to comedy. The live-action sketch comedy show aired until 2005, but it’s easy to claim that the best musical guests made their appearances in its first years. Recently, some of the original cast members of the show reunited at New York's Comic-Con 20 years after the show first aired. It reminded us of some of the best music acts the show offered. Whoever made these decisions is the real MVP. — Janice Llamoca(Photo: Nickelodeon)

TLC - TLC was more than just a guest. The group also blessed the skit show with an original theme song. (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

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TLC - TLC was more than just a guest. The group also blessed the skit show with an original theme song. (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

Da Brat - 20-year-old Shawntae “Da Brat” Harris rocked the stage as one of the show’s first musical guests. (Photo: Carrie Devorah / WENN)

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Da Brat - 20-year-old Shawntae “Da Brat” Harris rocked the stage as one of the show’s first musical guests. (Photo: Carrie Devorah / WENN)

Craig Mack - The rapper performed his platinum single “Flava in Ya Ear” for the young crowd. (Photo: Raymond Boyd/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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Craig Mack - The rapper performed his platinum single “Flava in Ya Ear” for the young crowd. (Photo: Raymond Boyd/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Aaliyah - Baby girl was just one of the many musical legends that blessed the stage during the show’s first few seasons. (Photo: Chris Walter/WireImage)

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Aaliyah - Baby girl was just one of the many musical legends that blessed the stage during the show’s first few seasons. (Photo: Chris Walter/WireImage)

Brandy - The singer was one of the first ten guests on the show, fitting perfectly with the R&B and hip hop vibe. (Photo: Scott Gries/Getty Images.)

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Brandy - The singer was one of the first ten guests on the show, fitting perfectly with the R&B and hip hop vibe. (Photo: Scott Gries/Getty Images.)

Usher - Usher swooned the crowd with a live performance of “Think of You.” (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

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Usher - Usher swooned the crowd with a live performance of “Think of You.” (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

Blaque - Blaque only made one appearance on All That, but at least they were able to perform their biggest single, “Bring It All to Me.” (Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

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Blaque - Blaque only made one appearance on All That, but at least they were able to perform their biggest single, “Bring It All to Me.” (Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

Outkast - Before we were desperate to see the duo reunite, they made an appearance on season five of All That. (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

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Outkast - Before we were desperate to see the duo reunite, they made an appearance on season five of All That. (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

Nas - Outkast, Aaliyah, TLC and now Nas? Are you seeing a trend of heavy hitters? Nas gave the crowd a performance of his It Was Written single “Street Dreams.” (Photo: GARY HERSHORN/Landov)

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Nas - Outkast, Aaliyah, TLC and now Nas? Are you seeing a trend of heavy hitters? Nas gave the crowd a performance of his It Was Written single “Street Dreams.” (Photo: GARY HERSHORN/Landov)

Destiny's Child - This new group from Texas performed their first big hit, “No, No, No Pt. 2,” in front of a live TV audience. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Destiny's Child - This new group from Texas performed their first big hit, “No, No, No Pt. 2,” in front of a live TV audience. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Run D.M.C. - The crew brought the viewers some holiday cheer when they performed “Christmas in Hollis.” (Photo: Lynn Goldsmith/Corbis)

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Run D.M.C. - The crew brought the viewers some holiday cheer when they performed “Christmas in Hollis.” (Photo: Lynn Goldsmith/Corbis)

Heavy D - The Jamaican-born rapper performed his smooth cut “Big Daddy” in season three. (Photo: Chris McKay/Getty Images)

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Heavy D - The Jamaican-born rapper performed his smooth cut “Big Daddy” in season three. (Photo: Chris McKay/Getty Images)

Erykah Badu - The Dallas-born singer gave the studio a performance of “On & On.” (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

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Erykah Badu - The Dallas-born singer gave the studio a performance of “On & On.” (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

Naughty by Nature - If “Clap Yo Hands” doesn’t get the audience off their seats and on their feet, then what will? (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

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Naughty by Nature - If “Clap Yo Hands” doesn’t get the audience off their seats and on their feet, then what will? (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)

Blackstreet - All That couldn’t get enough of Blackstreet. The group performed a total of three times on the show. (Photo: Al Pereira/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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Blackstreet - All That couldn’t get enough of Blackstreet. The group performed a total of three times on the show. (Photo: Al Pereira/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

A Tribe Called Quest - If a full hour of sketch comedy wasn’t enough, the audience was also exposed to ATCQ performing “Stressed Out” off their Beats, Rhymes and Life album. (Photo: Tim Mosenfelder/Corbis)

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A Tribe Called Quest - If a full hour of sketch comedy wasn’t enough, the audience was also exposed to ATCQ performing “Stressed Out” off their Beats, Rhymes and Life album. (Photo: Tim Mosenfelder/Corbis)