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R&B Superstars rocked Wembley Arena for Valentine’s treat

PUBLISHED: 10:20 18 February 2014 | UPDATED: 10:20 18 February 2014

Tony, Toni, Tone rocked Wembley Arena

Tony, Toni, Tone rocked Wembley Arena

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It had been a long time coming for the likes of Blackstreet 2, Changing Faces, Kut Klose, Mint Condition, Total, Tony, Toni, Tone, and En Vogue to perform on one stage – and it was worth the wait.

The artists all performed on Saturday at the Wembley Arena’s The Show R&B Superstars.

A Valentine’s treat for any lady or any gentleman who loved 1990s R&B.

The night was lively from start to finish saying the least. Whether it was Changing Faces getting a male guest from audience to dance on stage (as well as be eye candy) or the Eddie Kadi teaching the audience how to “skank”.

Unfortunately Silk were suppose to be there but didn’t appeared however Kut Klose definitely made up for their absence.

This petite trio performed their well known song and added tw bonus tracks by singing Keith Sweat’s hits “Nobody” and “Twisted”

Mint Condition and Tony, Toni, Tone, definitely showed you how a live band rocks an arena.

At one point the lead singer of Mint Condition Stokely started having a clash on the drums with the percussionist of his band.

Not to forget Tony! Toni! Tone! who killed the stage and made their songs “It Never Rains (In Southern California)” and “Let’s Get Down” really come alive and take a whole new level.

The return of Total was eventful just hits on hits, record after record and then they performed some Notorious B.I.G.

R&B Superstars come back again and don’t leave it too long.


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