Check out the dopest group of Rap, Hip-Hop and R&B artists that defined the 90’s culture and a trend-setting decade.
Chart-topping rapper, Vanilla Ice, sky-rocketing to fame with Ice Ice Baby, is also an actor, and television host of the Vanilla Ice Project on DIY Network. Ice continues to have a strong underground following and attracting new fans on his 90’s tours.
Naughty By Nature, the Grammy award-winning American hip hop trio from East Orange, New Jersey consisting of Treach, Vin Rock, and DJ Kay Gee. Their top selling single O.P.P. was ranked on VH1 as one of the Greatest 100 Songs of Hip Hop.
English-born American singer, rapper, actor, Marvin Young of Young MC fame and Bust A Move. The single charted No. 7 in Billboard’s Hot 100, won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance and became the catalyst for chart-topping hits like Stone Cold Rhymin’ a platinum seller, and Principal’s Office, nominated for Best Rap Video at MTV’s Best Music Video Awards
Hip hop sensation from Harlem, New York, Rob Base who along with his sidekick, the late DJ E-Z Rock, launched their careers with the iconic track, It Takes Two, the song that became a national hit and helped lift rap into the pop consciousness. The song received multi-platinum single certification. Rob Base is currently performing on the 90’s Tour with a number of legends form the hip hop era.
American hip hop and dance music performer Freedom Williams gained fame as the lead vocalist on C+C Music Factory’s and his rapping is prominently heard on their biggest hits including Billboard’s Hot 100 #1, Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) as well as other major hits Here We Go (Let’s Rock & Roll) and Things That Make You Go Hmmm…All three songs hit #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.