Ain’t no party like a 90’s house party! Three iconic hip-hop and R&B groups join forces to take you back in time for a night.

Color Me Badd: One of the top R&B vocal groups of all time, Color Me Badd sold over 12 million records in the US alone. The group boasts three #1 singles and 17 top 20 singles. Its debut album, C.M.B., went triple platinum and includes megahits “I Wanna Sex You Up,” “I Adore Mi Amor,” “All 4 Love,” “Thinkin’ Back,” and “Slow Motion.”

CMB was awarded the “Favorite Single R&B/Soul” trophy at the American Music Awards and also won in the “Best R&B/Soul Single” and “Song of the Year” categories at the Soul Train Music Awards.

The ensemble has made TV show and commercials appearances and have also had its songs featured in movies and soundtracks like New Jack City, No Strings Attached, and Striptease.

Sugarhill Gang: One of the original hip-hop groups, Sugarhill Gang made a music genre mainstream with their smash hit, “Rapper’s Delight.” The single sold over 8 million copies worldwide and went on to become the biggest selling rap single of all time. Sugarhill Gang also released hits like “Apache,” “8th Wonder” and “Living in the Fast Lane.”

In the summer of 2009, the group released its first single in 25 years with international DJ phenomenon Bob Sinclair. The hit titled “Lala Song” quickly became a success overseas, earning it “Song of the Year” in several European countries.

Wonder Mike, Master Gee, Hendogg and DJ Dynasty continue their tradition of creating a party atmosphere that makes everyone want to dance as they perform for sold out crowds around the world.

Young MC: Marvin Young was a student at USC earning his degree in economics when he made his rap debut as Young MC on the single “I Let ‘Em Know.”

In 1989, he collaborated with Tone Loc on “Wild Thing”—the first “Top Ten” pop hit for a black rapper. He then followed up with smash hits “Funky Cold Medina” and “Bust a Move,” the latter earning him a Grammy for “Best Rap Performance” and making the album Stone Cold Rhymin go platinum.

Young MC continued to make music throughout the early 90’s and came back onto the scene in the early 2000’s. In 2009, he made an appearance in the Oscar-nominated film Up in the Air.

Duration: Approximately 75 – 90min

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