Salt-N-Pepa and Naughty By Nature Be a part of ‘MixTape

Rap legends Salt-N-Pepa and Naughty By Nature have joined New Youngsters on the Block for a particular tour that celebrates the pop grandeur of the ‘80s.

“The Mixtape Tour” will characteristic acts from the ‘80s together with pop sensations Tiffany and Debbie Gibson. As well as, NKOTB launched a brand new observe referred to as “80s Child” (see under) that options all of the “MixTape Tour” acts.

Salt-N-Pepa (with DJ Spinderella) began within the rap sport in 1985 and garnered their first huge hit in 1986 with the membership anthem “Push It.” They’re the primary feminine rap group to go platinum, courtesy of their 1986 debut album Scorching, Cool & Vicious. They have been additionally the primary feminine rap act to have a multiplatinum-selling album with 1993’s Very Mandatory.

Naughty By Nature usually are not referred to as ‘80s artists however technically they fashioned as a bunch in 1989 because the New Type and launched an underground album referred to as Unbiased Leaders. However in 1990, beneath the recommendation of Queen Latifah, they modified their identify to Naughty By Nature and the remaining, as they are saying, is rap historical past. The New Jersey-based trio have produced a slew of basic anthems together with “O.P.P.,” “Uptown Anthem” and “Hip-Hop Hooray.”

“The Mixtape Tour” will hit North America subsequent summer time beginning Could 19, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The 53-city trek will then hit main cities like Indianapolis, St. Louis, Nashville, Houston, Los Angeles, Detroit, Washington, D.C, Philadelphia, Boston, Atlanta and extra earlier than wrapping it up in Hollywood, Fla., on July 14.

Tickets will go on sale this Friday (Oct. 12) at If you’re an American Specific card holder you might be in luck – AMEX members should purchase tickets earlier than most people beginning Oct. 9 via Oct. 11.

Try the “MixTape Tour”’s full itinerary under.

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Salt-N-Pepa and Naughty By Nature Be a part of ‘MixTape