By Aly Semigran, Hollywood.com Staff
All it takes is one great song (or in many cases, one really infectious, mediocre song) to top the Billboard charts, skyrocket to overnight fame, and become a household name. But, while one-hit wonders are a staple of every musical genre in every decade, only a select few go on to win the coveted Grammy for their big song.
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Those few include the likes of singer-songwriters like Shawn Colvin, novelty rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot (pictured above with those big butts he's so very fond of), and, against all logic and reason, the reggae group who brought us ""Who Let the Dogs Out"": the Baha Men.
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Before the 2013 Grammys air on CBS at 8 PM ET on Sunday, February 10, we here at Hollywood.com wanted to look back at the artists who, despite having lackluster follow-up singles, will forever have Grammy awards on their mantles.
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