Gangsta's Paradise is the second studio album by rapper Coolio , released on November 21, It is Coolio's best-selling album, with over three million copies sold in the United States. The album produced three singles, which became hits: the title track which was first used in the film Dangerous Minds ,  released before Coolio's album , " 1, 2, 3, 4 Sumpin' New ", and " Too Hot ". Three songs were released as singles.
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The single soared to the top of the pop charts in 16 countries, including the U. The song also went on to sell over 3 million copies in the U. Everybody used to come to our house all the time — it was a hangout spot. Rasheed: Paul was a DJ. He had a record collection and I had a record collection, so we used to see who could pull the hottest sample out. That whole choir that you hear was actually me — I did all the parts from soprano down to tenor to the bass. Coolio: I had actually gone over that day to pick up a check from my manager. I was getting ready to go back to my car — and I remember this clearly — there was a Chevy Biscayne that was parked next door; I was looking at that, and I was asking the neighbor if he wanted to sell it. Coolio: I sat down and I started writing. Hearing the bass line, the chorus line and the hook, it just opened up my mind.
He explains how Stevie Wonder signed off on the sample usage, Wonder's involvement in their performance at the Billboard Music Awards, and the feud that sprung up between him and "Weird Al" Yankovic after the parodist released his "Amish Paradise" spoof. I'm really excited to speak with you. We have a big anniversary this week. We are coming up on the 25th anniversary of "Gangsta's Paradise," which came out August 8, And it was the biggest single of the entire year. So I guess the obvious question to start with was, did you know what you had on your hands? Did you know it was going to be this big of a monster hit? Swear to god, they say that. They will-- they will deny that right now. If you think about it, if they would have thought that it had been a monster hit like that, there's no way they would have let it be on a soundtrack.
The song was released on Coolio's album of the same name , as well as the soundtrack for the film Dangerous Minds. It samples the chorus and instrumentation of Stevie Wonder 's song " Pastime Paradise ". The song was listed at number 85 on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All-Time  and number one biggest selling single of on U.