Club 1994: Color Me Badd Official
with 8th Grader
Mario Cotto (KCRW - LA)
On Friday June 20th, Club 1994 wants to sex you up!
That’s right – we’re bringing the one and only 90s RnB hit makers Color Me Badd (live)!
As usual, our DJs will be spinning Classic Hip Hop + Cheesy Pop + RnB Slow Jams + plus all the Boy Bands & Girl Groups you can handle. We’ll have a 90s themed Photo Booth, Slap Bracelets, Yo MTV Raps cards, and plenty of surprises to keep you entertained throughout the night.
So get out that amazing little 90′s dress and choker, crimp up your hair, dust off your hammer pants and lets get ready to party!
9PM // 21+ with Valid ID
Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/RvoDEz
Color Me Badd is one of the most successful R&B/Pop vocal groups of all time, having sold 12 million records in the United States alone. The group is also well-known in Australia, Philippines, Indonesia, parts of East Asia, Thailand, the United Kingdom and New Zealand.
Their debut album, C.M.B sold over six million copies worldwide and became certified triple platinum in the United States. They have three number one singles and 17 top 20 singles.
Color Me Badd had five hit singles from C.M.B.: “I Wanna Sex You Up” (U.S. #2), “I Adore Mi Amor” (U.S. #1), “All 4 Love” (U.S. #1), “Thinkin’ Back” (U.S. #16) and “Slow Motion” (U.S. #18). An alternate version of “I Wanna Sex You Up” was also featured on the popular New Jack City soundtrack and hit number one in the United Kingdom.
Color Me Badd performed at the Smash Hits Poll Winners Awards in the United Kingdom and took home the Best New Group award. They were awarded the Favorite Single Soul/R&B trophy at the 19th annual American Music Awards. At the sixth annual Soul Train Music Awards, Color Me Badd won in both the Best R&B/Soul Single and Song of the Year categories.
Color Me Badd has appeared on various television shows, in commercials, and their songs have been featured in movies such as, “New Jack City,” “Mo’ Money,” “You Don’t Mess With the Zohan” and “No Strings Attached.” Their single, “Sexual Capacity,” also appeared in the Demi Moore film “Striptease.”