June 29 has marked some interesting events on music timelines throughout the years.
1999: Micheal Jackson fell while performing “Earth” when a bridge at the Munich Olympic stadium collapsed. Jackson suffered severe bruising after landing the 50 ft fall.
2000: Eminem’s mother took him to court, charging him with slander of character. She used his lyrics, “My mother smokes more dope than I do,” from his single “My Name Is” to fight her case.
2003: Beyoncé’s “Dangerously In Love” topped the UK charts. The song went on to hold the No.1 for five weeks.
2004: Lloyd Bank released his debut album as a solo rapper titled Hunger For More.
2004: Lil Wayne released the first album in what would become a classic series, Tha Carter I.
2014: At the BET Awards, Drake won best male hip-hop artist, Nicki Minaj won best female hip-hop artist and Young Money won best group.
Source: This Day In Music