The 2018 Grammy Hall Of Fame Inductees have been revealed, and a few notable hip-hop names have made the cut. Both Dr. Dre and Public Enemy were among those selected, with The Chronic and Fight The Power respectively. Dre's 1992, Death Row classic basically went on to change hip-hop history, with many (including Jimmy Iovine) taking note of Dre's prowess as both a producer and a sound engineer. Public Enemy's 1989 single dropped through Motown Records, and together they join the likes of Parliament's "Flash Light," Aerosmith's "Dream On," and Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" as the recent additions to the Grammy Hall Of Fame.

In case you're wondering what the Grammy Hall Of Fame is, it's relatively straightforward. The Recording Academy picks twenty-five titles they deem worthy of immortalizing, whether album or single. Only thing is, the selection must be at least twenty-five years old. As of right now, the Hall Of Fame is currently home to 1,063 recordings, and can be seen at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.

For the complete and extensive list of 2018 nominees, please check it out below. Congrats to Dr. Dre, Public Enemy, and all the musicians who were chosen (shout out Mike Oldfield's "Tubular Bells") 

BAND OF GYPSYS
Jimi Hendrix
Capitol (1970)
Album

"BRING IT ON HOME TO ME"
Sam Cooke
RCA Victor (1962)
Single

THE CHRONIC
Dr. Dre
Death Row (1992)
Album

"DREAM ON"
Aerosmith
Columbia (1973)
Single

"FIGHT THE POWER"
Public Enemy
Motown (1989)
Single

"FLASH LIGHT"
Parliament
Casablanca (1978)
Single

"GRAZING IN THE GRASS"
Hugh Masekela
UNI (1968)
Single

HEART LIKE A WHEEL
Linda Ronstadt
Capitol (1974)
Album

"I CAN'T HELP MYSELF"
Four Tops
Motown (1965)
Single

"I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE"
Gladys Knight & The Pips
Soul/Motown (1967)
Single

"(I LOVE YOU) FOR SENTIMENTAL REASONS"
The King Cole Trio
Capitol (1946)
Single

"I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU"
Whitney Houston
Arista (1992)
Single

JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON
Johnny Cash
Columbia (1968)
Album

"MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB"
Thomas Alva Edison
N/A (1878)
Single

"ME AND MRS. JONES"
Billy Paul
Philadelphia International (1972)
Single

"MOON RIVER"
Andy Williams
Columbia (1962)
Track from Moon River & Other Great Movie Themes

"MY MAN "
Billie Holiday
Brunswick (1937)
Single

NEVERMIND
Nirvana
DGC (1991)
Album

A NIGHT AT THE OPERA
Queen
Elektra (1975)
Album

"PAINT IT, BLACK"
The Rolling Stones
London (1966)
Single

"SAVOY BLUES"
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five
Okeh (1927)
Single

"A SONG FOR YOU"
Leon Russell
Shelter (1970)
Single

"SPACE ODDITY"
David Bowie
Mercury (1969)
Track from Space Oddity

"THAT'S ALL RIGHT"
Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
RCA Victor (1949)
Single

TUBULAR BELLS
Mike Oldfield
Virgin (1973)
Album