If you want to flashback to the early 1990’s, this show is a must see! We have your Las Vegas Soul Festival Tickets where you can be front and center. It is taking place at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas.
Who will be there?
The performances will be provided by Keith Sweat, Dru Hill and Ginuwine. Mike Epps will be providing the comedy relief.
What can you say about Keith Sweat? He is the official beginning of the New Jack Swing movement. Sweat and Teddy Riley, who produced his landmark album Make It Last Forever, kicked it all off with the track I Want Her, and the rest as they say is history!
I was actually fortunate enough to attend a kick-off album release event for him in Los Angeles. No one had heard any of the music yet. We were the first to hear the album. Little did we know that it would have the impact that it did.
Sweat has a catalog of hits, including How Deep Is Your Love, I’ll Give All My Love To You, Make You Sweat, Nobody, Something Just Ain’t Right, and the greatest slow jam of all time, Make It Last Forever.
Dru Hill was formed in Baltimore in the early 1990’s. In 1995, Dru Hill recorded a song for the Soundtrack of Eddie, starring Whoopi Goldberg. Since then, Dru Hill has released four albums, and they appeared on the Soul Food Soundtrack with We’re Not Making Love No More, and Big Bad Mama, off of the film Def Jam’s How to Be a Player.
We all know about the Thong Song. One thing I will say about that song is the fact that it became so popular, people started to ridicule it. I have played that song recently, and it is still a booty shaker, based on the response!
Ginuwine had a nice crew back in the day. Timbaland, Missy Elliott and Static Major. They collaborated together on the Ginuwine…The Bachelor album. He has also worked with R Kelly and of course P Diddy with I Need A Girl Part II. With ten albums and contributions on five film soundtracks, Ginuwine has carved out a nice career.
Mike Epps will kick it all off with some comedy to get you in the mood for the rest of the night.