2015 has been a great year for N.W.A.
The N.W.A biopic "Straight Outta Compton" released this summer and took the box office by storm. Fans across the globe showed their love for the group and acknowledged their impact within hip-hop culture.
Today, the group got more great news, as N.W.A will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year.
“The world’s most dangerous group” earn recognition as the only 2016 inductees representing rap
Collectively, Cube, Dre, Eazy, Ren and Yella have sold over 100 million records over the last 29 years.
Ice Cube shared his sentiments on N.W.A’s initial nomination when all 15 nominees were revealed in October. “I am humbled by the nomination and recognition of N.W.A’s contribution to music and culture by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,” Ice Cube said in a statement to New York Daily News. “It has been an incredible year for us as a group, for our loyal fans and in helping us to all keep Eazy-E’s memory alive.”