Hip-hop icons Dr. Dre and Public Enemy are among the 25 artists who have been inducted into the 2018 Grammy Hall of Fame.

The Recording Academy added 25 new songs and albums, which brings the Hall’s total of 1,063 recordings that are at least 25 years old and have contributed “qualitative or historical significance.”

Dr. Dre's 1992 classic album The Chronic and Public Enemy's fiery anthem "Fight the Power" are now preserved in the Grammy HOF. Other recordings including Jimi Hendrix's album Band of Gypsys, Parliament's "Flash Light," Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You," Billy Paul's "Me and Mrs. Jones," Gladys Knight & The Pips' “I Heard It Through The Grapevine," and more.

“Iconic and inspiring, these recordings are an integral part of our musical, social, and cultural history, and we are proud to have added them to our growing catalog," said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of the Recording Academy, about this year's inductees.

The 2018 Grammy Awards will air live from New York on Jan. 28 at 8PM ET on CBS.

See a full list of the 2018 inductees below:

Band of Gypsys – Jimi Hendrix (1970)
“Bring it on Home to Me” – Sam Cooke (1962)
The Chronic – Dr. Dre (1992)
“Dream On” – Aerosmith (1973)
“Fight The Power” – Public Enemy (1989)
“Flash Light” – Parliament (1978)
“Grazing in the Grass” – Hugh Masekela (1968)
Heart Like A Wheel – Linda Ronstadt (1974)
“I Can’t Help Myself” – Four Tops (1965)
“I Heard It Through The Grapevine” – Gladys Knight & The Pips (1967)
“(I Love You) for Sentimental Reasons” – The King Cole Trio (1946)
“I Will Always Love You” – Whitney Houston (1992)
Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison – Johnny Cash (1968)
“Mary Had a Little Lamb” – Thomas Alva Edison (1878)
“Me and Mrs. Jones” Billy Paul (1972)
“Moon River” Andy Williams (1962)
“My Man” – Billie Holiday (1937)
Nevermind – Nirvana (1991)
A Night At The Opera – Queen (1975)
“Paint It Black” The Rolling Stones (1966)
“Savoy Blues” Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five (1927)
“A Song For You” Leon Russell (1970)
“Space Oddity” – David Bowie (1969)
“That’s All Right” Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup (1949)
Tubular Bells – Mike Oldfield (1973)

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