n. (context slang English) the best, the ultimate cool
Da Bomb was the second studio album by the hip-hop duo Kris Kross, released a year after their first album Totally Krossed Out. The group tried a hardcore/gangsta look to fit with the new style of hip-hop. The album was not as successful as Totally Krossed Out, as many fans were not impressed with the new look and style and the use of the racial slur " nigga" (though they had used it on their first album) and reviews were mixed. The line "I drop bombs like Hiroshima" from "Da Bomb" was edited out of the album's Japanese release. Despite some negative reviews the album was certified platinum in the US, selling 1.1 million copies, and a total of 4 million copies worldwide. Three singles were released, " Alright", "I'm Real" and " Da Bomb".
"Da Bomb" is the third and final single released by Kris Kross from their second album Da Bomb. It featured female rapper, Da Brat in what was her first appearance on a song. Da Bomb would prove to be the least successful single released from the album, not charting on the Billboard Hot 100 and making it to #25 on the Hot Rap Singles. Two versions of the song were released the original LP version and the Explosive Mix that was used in the music video. The line "I drop bombs like Hiroshima" was edited out of the song for the album's Japanese release.
Da Bomb may refer to:
- A word often used as " Da bomb"
- Da Bomb (album), by rap duo Kris Kross
- "Da Bomb" (song), a single from Kris Kross's album
- Drop da Bomb, a Swiss music organisation
Usage examples of "da bomb".
Barbara Keaton, sister author, who is da bomb, and Lissa Woodson and her talented prodigy, Jeremy, plus Bonnie DeShang's positive vibe—.
He was da bomb in concert, but he didn't know how to use the disguised weapons as well as she did out in the streets.
How many peeps in a posse, how much booty before baby got back, do you have to be all that to get all up in that, and do I need to be dope and phat to be da bomb or can I just be “.