Kid N Play Tickets
Kid N Play were formed almost thirty years ago and in the years since then, they have risen to become two of the best rappers to have graced the music industry over the years. Their career started in high school, when they first got together to form their band and soon after graduating, they moved on to making their own music. Their first album, titled “2 Hype” came out in 1988 and made it to number nine on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts, along with being certified gold in the US. They have since made two more albums, of which ““Funhouse” made it to number eleven on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and was also certified gold. Now that they are heading back to the stage, grab your Kid N Play tickets and enjoy the show, live.
Hip Hop did not come to the forefront of the music industry till the eighties, by which time quite a few artists had managed to make their names in the mainstream. As it slowly started to overtake rock and pop music in popularity, it started to attract an even younger audience, which led to the rise in young talents entering the industry. One of these was a band that would go on to change the face of rap music forever. They were Kid N Play.
Open your eyes
Kid N Play was a duo that took the hip hop world by storm in the late eighties and early nineties. Not only did they make some of the most iconic rap songs ever written, they also starred in a series of memorable movies including the world famous House Party films. They were known for their upbeat and fun songs that would make people move as well as laugh at the same time. Even though they took a break from the music world over twenty years ago, they decided to get back together in 2009, and have been making sporadic appearances on screen and the stage ever since. Now that they are heading out on a concert tour, here is your chance to watch them for yourself. Just book your Kid N Play tickets and watch them live.
Kid N Play consists of two main members, Christopher "Kid" Reid and Christopher "Play" Martin. They had been together at high school and had been fans of hip hop from an early age. After perfecting their respective acts, they joined separate rap groups, known as ‘the Turnout Brothers’ and ‘the Super Lovers.’ While performing against one another on day, they had a chance meeting and realized that they had a lot in common. Soon they became fast friends and decided to start their own group, which they, at the time, named ‘the Fresh Force Crew.’
Stretch your back
As the Fresh Force Crew, they released two songs that received some mainstream success, called “She's a Skeezer” and “Rock Me,” which came out in 1986. However after being disappointed with the reception they got, they decided to change their group’s name to Kid n Play started focusing on their next album. Called “2 Hype,” it was released in 1988 and was an instant hit. It made it in to the top one hundred on the Billboard charts, number nine on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts and was certified gold in the US.
Their follow-up album, titled “Funhouse” came out in 1990 and it did even better than their last record, making it to number fifty eight on the Billboard charts and number eleven on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It was also certified gold and laid the base for their last album, “Face the Nation,” which was released in 1991. This album was their most disappointing one to date and only made it to number one hundred and forty four on the Billboard charts and number twenty seven on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It did however have a number one single in the form of “Ain't Gonna Hurt Nobody,” which topped the Hot Rap Singles chart.
Time to move
Along with their stellar music career, Kid N Play also made several successful movies as well, which included the supremely popular House Party series. There were a total of three movies in the series, with the first one being released in 1990. It cost only two and half million dollars to make, however it went on to make over twenty five million dollars at the Box Office and is still considered to be a comedy classic. Its two follow-ups had similar showings which put them among the highest earning hip hop artists of the time.
Now that these hip hop legends are making a comeback to the stage, here is the chance you have always been waiting for. Grab your Kid N Play tickets and enjoy watching two of the best rappers in history, live in concert.
Kid N Play Tickets Prices
The average price for Kid N Play Tickets start from $67. The minimum get in price is $6 for Kid N Play Tickets at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre At Encore Park, Alpharetta. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Coolio, All 4 One & Young MC||Fayetteville||15-Jul-16||$184||$55|
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Kid N Play, Coolio, All 4 One & Young MC||Alpharetta||16-Jul-16||$134||$6|
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Coolio & Color Me Badd||Corpus Christi||28-Jul-16||$100||$49|
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Young MC, Tone Loc & Rob Base||North Little Rock||29-Jul-16||$100||$74|
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Coolio, Color Me Badd, All 4 One & Young MC||Camden||6-Aug-16||$120||$10|
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Coolio, Color Me Badd, All 4 One & Tone Loc||Wichita||8-Sep-16||$67||$67|
|v101's Big Block Party: Bell Biv Devoe, TLC, Montell Jordan, Soul for Real, All 4-One & Kid N Play||Lincoln||10-Sep-16||$128||$67|
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Kid N Play, Coolio, Young MC & Rob Base||Missoula||15-Sep-16||$226||$126|
|I Love the 90s: Salt N Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Coolio, Color Me Bad, Tone Loc & Rob Base||Augusta||6-Oct-16||$168||$54|
|I Love The 90s: Salt N Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Kid N Play, Coolio & All 4 One||St. Louis||7-Oct-16||$92||$31|
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