Jodeci croons R&B hits and new tracks from its 2015 album after Doug E. Fresh, Dru Hill, and SWV heat up the stage
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Jodeci: Two sets of brothers, collectively nicknamed “The Bad Boys of R&B,” first began altering the scene with their 1991 debut, Forever My Lady, which sold more than 3 million copies and earned them a reputation for innovation. Their smoldering mashup of R&B, New Jack swing, and soul is just as relevant today, though, as proven by 2015’s The Past, The Present, The Future, their first album in 20 years.
Doug E. Fresh: Pioneer of beatboxing who filled his resume by originating the club chant “Heyyyyyyy, YO!…I-iiiiight” in the hit “I-ight” and becoming proficient in Excel.
Dru Hill: Since 1992, this group has burned up airways and headphones with sultry hits, including “Never Make a Promise,” “In My Bed,” and “How Deep Is Your Love.” Today, founder Nokio, lead singer Sisqó, and original member Jazz take the stage, with recent addition Tao rounding out the ensemble’s lush harmonies and carpool-lane privileges.
SWV: Also known as Sisters With Voices, this R&B trio launched as a gospel group before hitting it big with “Weak,” “I’m So Into You,” and “You’re the One.” Throughout their career, they’ve not only earned a Grammy nomination, but they’ve also won eight Billboard awards and saw their album It’s About Time go triple platinum.
Rickey Smiley: Hosting the event is the star of The Rickey Smiley Show and the former host of BET’s Comic View, who is famous for his prank phone calls in which he morphs into a narcoleptic funeral-home worker or an elderly woman.