From The Vault: Mya, Blackstreet & Mase – ‘Take Me There’

Published: Sunday 11th Apr 2010 by Sam

This week’s classic From The Vault clip is Mya, Blackstreet and Mase’s 1998 contribution to The Rugrats Movie, ‘Take Me There’. An awesome meshing of the Urban and younger Pop/junior audience, the song still goes hard now. Enjoy.

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  1. Paul April 11, 2010

    Is this a joke? The Rugrats movie tune?? “An awesome meshing of the Urban and younger Pop/junior audience, the song still goes hard now.”

    A lesson in how to kill the credibility of your blog in 1 sentence.

  2. arfa April 11, 2010

    Mya needs to come back!
    F*** Brandy!

  3. Amar April 11, 2010

    Classic
    one of my fav film song sountracks

  4. the one April 11, 2010

    my s***!

  5. thatmangojuice April 11, 2010

    LOVE this song

  6. bbbbb April 11, 2010

    ohh i hate you for this! this brings back such great memories :'( im all emotional now!!

  7. bbbbb April 11, 2010

    and thanks !! hehe 😀

  8. jonstrax April 11, 2010

    😀 RUGRATS USED TO BE MY SHOW LMAO
    THIS SONG BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF BEING A KID

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    COMMENTS WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

  9. Dave April 11, 2010

    This was my Shiit!! love it

  10. Amar April 11, 2010

    I remember in sister sister they went to a blackstreet concert abroad and this song got played

  11. zenguru April 11, 2010

    JUNK!!!

    this is when rnb and hiphop lost its soul and its roots

  12. Ghetto Fab April 11, 2010

    awwwww Yall know this was yall s*** back then. They killed this tune back in the 90s.

    Big up the Rugrats! That was one of the best animated kids show of all time!

  13. yesyes April 11, 2010

    “still goes hard’…….Sam that is NOT how I would describe this song. lmao

    *DEADDDDDDD*

  14. Fatima April 11, 2010

    No one liked this song even back then. I remember being a 5th grader at the time and knowing this was embarrassing s***.

  15. Ghetto Fab April 11, 2010

    Nobody liked the song??? lol That’s why the song was number 7 song in Uk and number 14 song in US back then. Not sure what numbers mean to you but that clearly means someone was liking the song. Take it easy folks its just kids “feel good” song for the Rugrats for crying out loud lol. It wasn’t some mega hit & the blogger wasn’t claiming it to be, so chill out folks.

  16. Dilla April 11, 2010

    Aww the memories, luv this song.

  17. Tai April 11, 2010

    Man… why was I just thinking about this song the other day!!

  18. Nadine April 11, 2010

    I like this song then and still do now. Miya is dancing her b*** off get it girl. I miss Blackstreet.

  19. Junior in Jamaica April 11, 2010

    I love me some Mya, all day everyday!!

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