Doug E Fresh Tickets
The “Human Beat Box”, Douglas E. Davis, popularly known by his stage name Doug E. Fresh is one of the pioneering artists of the hip-hop genre. The legendary rapper is ready for another dazzling set of performances slated across North American cities throughout June, July and August 2015. The artist will be accompanying singers Keith Sweat, Kelly Prince and Bell Biv among others on the tour. The trio gave a tremendous performance at the 50th anniversary of the Alabama voting rights movement in March 2015 and fans who saw the show are expecting a similar performance when these talented musicians embark on their upcoming tour. Bag your Doug E. Fresh tickets today and make sure you’re going to the city’s most buzzed about concert.
Doug E Fresh Venues
- Doug E Fresh James L Knight Center
- Magic City Music Fest: Bell Biv Devoe, Mint Condition, Doug E. Fresh & Jagged Edge Legacy Arena at The BJCC
Latest Doug E Fresh Events
- Magic City Music Fest: Bell Biv Devoe, Mint Condition, Doug E. Fresh & Jagged Edge, Legacy Arena at The BJCC tickets for 10/28 07:30 PM Legacy Arena at The BJCC
- Fri Oct 28 2016
Doug E. Fresh Performs in America
The versatile rapper is slated to perform at venues in Baton Rouge, Dallas, Los Angeles, North Charleston, Rochester, San Antonio and Saratoga and hip-hop lovers in these cities are excited at the prospect. The blessed artist will sing some of his most famous songs including “Keep Risin’ to the Top”, “Freaks” and “All the Way to Heaven”. The audience might even be lucky enough to hear the rapper’s famous beat boxing skills where he’ll amuse the crowd with his almost-real imitation of drum machines and special effects. Grab your Doug E. Fresh tickets as soon as possible and snag a seat at the rapper’s next big concert that’s coming to your city.
Hip-Hop Breakthrough and Stardom
A scientologist, Doug E. Fresh is a Barbadian born rapper who first appeared in the single “Pass the Budda” co-starring DJ Spivey and Spoonie Gee. However, he managed to snag the spotlight a year later with his show “Beat Street Behind the Treacherous Three” which was followed by his solo songs “Just Having Fun” and “Original Human Beatbox” in 1984. The artist’s breakthrough came when he joined forces with a couple of new DJs including Chill Will, Barry Bee and the famous Slick Rick. Together as the Get Fresh Crew, the quartet recorded two chartbusting singles “The Show” and “La-Di-Da-Di” under the Reality Records label. The songs propelled the singers to instant stardom, becoming the greatest hip-hop classics to date. Soon after, Slick Rick left the band to pursue a solo career and Fresh became the lead vocalist.
Get Fresh Crew Studio albums
The singer and his band mates released two studio albums, the first one being “Oh, My God!” The album featured the hit single “All The Way To Heaven” and was followed by their sophomore album “The World’s Greatest Entertainer”. It gave the famous track “Keep Risin’ To The Top” which was a cover of Keni Burke’s 1981 song. During the mid 1980s, Fresh came to be known as rap maestro but the artist suddenly went on a four year hiatus that disappointed many of his fans. The rapper made a comeback in 1992 with his solo album “Doin’ What I Gotta Do”, but even though it gave a famous song “Bustin’ Out (On Funk)”, it turned out to be a commercial flop.
Reunion and “Play”
Much to the delight of fans, Fresh and Slick Rick got together again in 1995 to work on a song from the former’s fourth album “Play”. The album received rave reviews and gave smash hit singles like “Where’s da Party At?” and “Freaks” that hit the Hot Rap Singles chart. The artist has also made significant contributions to the pop culture with a whole lot of memorable performances. His concert at the American Idol became the show’s foremost hip-hop performance. His signature dance moves on stage were imitated by the rap band “Cali Swag District” in 2010 when they performed the single “Teach Me How To Dougie”. The talented Doug E. Fresh is heading to your city with his hip-hop tunes and foot tapping singles. Don’t forget to catch this living legend when he hits a music stop in your hometown.