If you are a big fan of 90s music, it's time to get excited about this concert coming to Waco, Texas. Like, really excited!
Who's Coming To Perform?
On Wednesday, March 9, the good people at Backyard Bar and Grill in Waco announced their I Love The 90's concert on September 16th, and I can't wait!
Before Eminem or any other white rapper thought about picking up a microphone, Vanilla Ice was running thangs in the early 1990s!
Who doesn't remember singing along to "Ice Ice Baby", a timeless one-hit wonder?
The '90s produced a lot of one-hit wonders, like a few songs that Young MC produced.
He gave us "Stone Cold Rhymin" and of course the classic "Bust A Move".
The rapper with the crazy hair! LOL!
He's got hits, but nothing was bigger than Gangsta's Paradise from 1995.
"Take it off the rack, if it's wack, bring it back, I like the Whopper, -----The Big Mac!
Rob Base gave us a few timeless hip hop hits in the late 80s and early 90s, including the classic "It Takes Two".
Color Me Badd
It's kind of crazy to see these guys are still out doing their thing!
Their first classic hit "I want to Sex You Up" was featured on the motion picture soundtrack to the movie New Jack City in 1990. If you haven't sung along to this one, I don't know what's wrong with you!
To recap, Vanilla Ice, Young MC, Coolio, Color Me Badd, and Rob Base are coming to Waco at the Backyard Bar and Grill.
10 of TLC's Greatest Hits
This is a collection of TLC's Top 10 Hits Over The Years- With T- Boz and Chilli coming to Central Texas on September 30th at the Bell County Expo. I have compiled the top 10 TLC hits (and videos) of all time in order!
Here Are 11 New Edition Classics That Are Undeniable
These Are 11 Songs by the R& B Group, New Edition Classic Songs That Are Undeniable
New Edition was formed in the late 1970s in The Roxbury area of Boston Massachusetts.
Bobby Brown, Michael Bivins, Ralph Tresvant and Ricky Bell were the original members in the group when their first manager Brooke Payne added his nephew Ronny Devoe.
The group experienced their share of ups and downs over the years including them booting member Bobby Brown out of the group and later adding Johnny Gill, changing managers because of shady contracts, drug abuse, hitting rock bottom and coming back into success.
Bobby Brown went on to have a rather successful run as a solo artist selling more than 20 million albums.
Johnny Gill, and Ralph Tresvant both went solo after the group broke up in the late 1980s, with Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronny Devoe starting their own solo group Bell, Biv, Devoe.
They released a comeback album in 1996 entitled Home Again and their last album with Bad Boy Records in 2004 called "One Love."
In 2017 BET released a biopic on the group and later released a biopic on the life of Bobby Brown.
The legendary group would go on to release 8 studio albums (Including one Christmas album) selling over 10 million albums worldwide.
They recently signed an agreement with CAA who has announced a future Las Vegas Residency and a national tour.
Needless to say, they are all back!
Here are 11 songs made from New Edition you can't deny!
Top Ten Keith Sweat Vs. Bobby Brown
Both artists are R&B legends, and since they are going toe to toe with hits from their music catalog for an epic Verzuz battle, I decided to rank my Top Ten songs from both artists. Did your favorite make the list?