The anniversary party for Chuck & Sean's Trivia will feature a decidedly hip-hop theme, so we asked these two brainiacs to design a special sample quiz for Star Tribune readers. Your prize for knowing the correct answers? Bragging rights, natch.

 

1. The -hop suffix was used in youth cultures before hip-hop was born. What was the name of dances held in American schools in the 1940s and '50s where dancers had to remove their shoes to not mess up the nice gym floors?

2. Which Top 10 hit from 1989 by Biz Markie interpolates the 1968 song "You Got What I Need" by Freddie Scott?

3. Which classic Motown era jam did Naughty by Nature sample for its hit single "O.P.P."?

4. Which independent Oakland rapper, who has sold more than 11 million records, appeared on the third verse of Notorious B.I.G.'s 1997 song "The World Is Filled With ..."?

5. Which record should you never call a comeback, even though its author made it his comeback anthem (after releasing his commercially and artistically dismal album, "Walking With a Panther")?

Answers

1. Sock hop 2. "Just a Friend" 3. "ABC" by the Jackson 5 4. Too $hort 5. "Mama Said Knock You Out" by LL Cool J.