Puff Daddy Auburn Hills Tickets
In 1991 a group of high school students realized that they all shared a love for R&B music and decided to form a group. As their fame grew in their community, they arranged to audition for Sean Combs, better known as Puff Daddy. He signed the group without any hesitation and they got the chance to release their debut album in 1996, under the name 112. The very next year, he asked them to join him in the making of a song called “I’ll Be Missing You,” and now he is asking them to reunite on stage for the reunion concert for Bad Boy records. If you don’t want to miss out, then get your 112 Auburn Hills tickets to enjoy the concert, live at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
R&B groups are now considered a thing of the past as they grew out of popularity by the end of the nineties and the music industry moved on to new trends. But there were some artists that persevered, as their songs managed to live on in the memory of their fans. An example of one such artist is that of 112, whose legacy has been kept alive by their millions of fans all around the world.
A lucky break
The group was created in 1991 when their members were still in high school and it was their love of music, as well as their amazing vocal talent that originally brought them together. After impressing popular record producer and rapper Sean Combs, they got the chance to release their debut album in 1996.
A year later they collaborated with Combs on his Grammy Award winning song “I’ll Be Missing You,” which made them overnight success and a household name. The song topped music charts all around the world and was certified platinum in multiple countries, including the US and UK.
Taking your opportunities
The group’s best performing album to date is their 1998 effort “Room 112,” which was certified two times platinum in the US and made it to number twenty on the Billboard charts. You can listen to some of its best songs for yourself tooAll you need are your 112 Auburn Hills tickets and you can enjoy their long awaited performance, live at the Palace of Auburn Hills.