• Wednesday, June 29, 20167:30 PM

    SiriusXM presents

    I Love The 90’s

    featuring Salt N Pepa with Spinderella, Vanilla Ice, Tone Loc, All-4-One and Young MC

    The I Love the 90’s tour has been announced with a stacked lineup featuring Salt N Pepa with Spinderella, Vanilla Ice, Tone Loc, All-4-One, and Young MC.

    Salt N Pepa

    The ScoreLegends, icons, trailblazers, pioneers, innovators and trendsetters are just a few words often used to describe this group. From Grammys to MTV Video Awards, they have won them all. They are Salt-N-Pepa, which consists of Cheryl James (“Salt”) and Sandy Denton (“Pepa”), and Deidre “Dee Dee” Roper (“DJ Spinderella”).

    Salt N Pepa website
    Salt N Pepa on Facebook

    Vanilla Ice

    Vanilla Ice“Ice Ice Baby” – Its the Hip Hop artist once again performing all of the sounds that put him on top of the charts. That’s right, V-Ice – the artist also known as Vanilla Ice — returns to the stage with a brand new attitude. Hard-nosed and harder-edge, this time, says Ice, “It’s all about keepin’ it real.”

    Vanilla Ice website
    Vanilla Ice on Facebook

    Tone Loc

    Tone LocTone-Loc (born Anthony Smith) soared from obscurity into pop stardom in 1989 when his hoarse voice and unmistakable delivery made the song “Wild Thing” a massive hit. The song was co-written by Marvin Young, better known as Young MC, as was the second single smash, “Funky Cold Medina.”


    All-4-OneThe Los Angeles-based team of Tony Borowiak, Jamie Jones, Delious Kennedy and Alfred Nevarez, known collectively as All-4-One established a very strong international following by virtue of major hits such as their revival of The Tymes 1963 classic “So Much In Love,” and a cover of the country hit, “I Swear” which earned them a 1994 Grammy Award as Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.

    All 4 One website
    All 4 One on Facebook

    Young MC

    Young MCMarvin Young, a.k.a. Young MC, is quite serious about his music and his message. His big break came in 1989 with his two-million selling debut single, “Bust A Move.” His next single, “Principal’s Office” sold more than 500,000 copies. His 1990 album, Stone Cold Rhymin’, was a double-platinum winner that earned him Grammy and American Music Awards for Best Rap Artist and a historic win as Billboard‘s Best New Pop Artist. His 1991 release, Brainstorm, was certified gold.

    Young MC website
    Young MC on Facebook


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    • I Love The 90’s

    above video: Salt N Pepa, "Push it"

    above video: Vanilla Ice, "Ice Ice Baby"

    above video: Tone Loc, "Wild Thing"

    above video: All-4_One, "I Swear"

    above video: Young MC, "Bust A Move"

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