'90s R&B, BK Reader, Blackstreet, Dave Hollister, Teddy Riley, Chauncey Hannibal, Syleena Johnson, RL, Next, Total, Case, Soul For Real, Kings Theatre, Flatbush,

Blackstreet will be joined by the who-is-who of ‘90s R&B including Dave Hollister, Total, Case, RL of Next, Syleena Johnson and Soul For Real

Ladies – and gentlemen – iconic R&B group Blackstreet is bringing their ‘Love in the ‘90s’ tour to the Kings Theatre on October 7. And: Teddy Riley plus band will be joined by the who-is-who of ‘90s R&B including former band member Dave Hollister, Total, Case, RL of Next, Syleena Johnson and Soul For Real.

No doubt – Blackstreet was a vital part of the ‘90s R&B scene. Founded by New Jack Swing-innovator Teddy Riley and bandmate Chauncey Hannibal, the band reached global stardom with their hit single “No Diggity” featuring Dr. Dre and and the corresponding album “Another Level.” The band followed its success with a bevy of high-profile collaborations including Jay-Z’s “The City is Mine” and Janet Jackson’s “Girlfriend,” among others. Blackstreet’s funky, low slung sound resonates to this day, making people get up and dance.

Dave Hollister, who successfully launched a solo-career after his departure from Blackstreet, will also be gracing the Kings Theatre’s stage with his smooth vocal chords.

If that is not enough to relive your most treasured romantic memories, heartbreaks or fabulous girls’ nights out, Next’s RL making you dance “Too Close,” while Total surely still won’t be “Sitting Home” and Syleena Johnson reminding you that she’s “Your Woman” should certainly transport you back to these glorious times of R&B.

Tickets will go on sale, Friday, August 11 and will be available via Ticketmaster or directly at the Kings Theatre box office..no doubt!

Blackstreet Feat. Teddy Riley and Dave Hollister “Love in the ’90s” Tour

When: Sunday, October 7, 8:00pm

Where: Kings Theatre, 1027 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn 11226

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Andrea Leonhardt

“Made in Germany,” Andrea Leonhardt is the managing editor for BK Reader. Andrea holds a bachelor’s degree in political science, with minors in American studies and education, and a master’s...

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