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About Kid 'N Play

Although remembered mostly for Kid's looming high-top fade and their comical films (House Party, House Party 2, Class Act), Kid 'N Play first hit the scene with their platinum-selling 1988 debut 2 Hype. Flexing a catchy, happy-go-lucky Pop Rap sound, the duo caught on quickly with a young audience, as well as with adults who abhorred the Gangsta movement just coming into play at the time. In 1990, they released a pair of albums: the soundtrack to House Party, and Kid 'N Play's Fun House. Around the same time, they launched a Saturday morning cartoon show based on themselves. Face The Nation (1991) was their final album, and the two were quiet for much of the 1990s.

Listen toKid 'N Playon Rhapsody

Although remembered mostly for Kid's looming high-top fade and their comical films (House Party, House Party 2, Class Act), Kid 'N Play first hit the scene with their platinum-selling 1988 debut 2 Hype. Flexing a catchy, happy-go-lucky Pop Rap sound, the duo caught on quickly with a young audience, as well as with adults who abhorred the Gangsta movement just coming into play at the time. In 1990, they released a pair of albums: the soundtrack to House Party, and Kid 'N Play's Fun House. Around the same time, they launched a Saturday morning cartoon show based on themselves. Face The Nation (1991) was their final album, and the two were quiet for much of the 1990s.

About Kid 'N Play

Although remembered mostly for Kid's looming high-top fade and their comical films (House Party, House Party 2, Class Act), Kid 'N Play first hit the scene with their platinum-selling 1988 debut 2 Hype. Flexing a catchy, happy-go-lucky Pop Rap sound, the duo caught on quickly with a young audience, as well as with adults who abhorred the Gangsta movement just coming into play at the time. In 1990, they released a pair of albums: the soundtrack to House Party, and Kid 'N Play's Fun House. Around the same time, they launched a Saturday morning cartoon show based on themselves. Face The Nation (1991) was their final album, and the two were quiet for much of the 1990s.

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About Kid 'N Play

Although remembered mostly for Kid's looming high-top fade and their comical films (House Party, House Party 2, Class Act), Kid 'N Play first hit the scene with their platinum-selling 1988 debut 2 Hype. Flexing a catchy, happy-go-lucky Pop Rap sound, the duo caught on quickly with a young audience, as well as with adults who abhorred the Gangsta movement just coming into play at the time. In 1990, they released a pair of albums: the soundtrack to House Party, and Kid 'N Play's Fun House. Around the same time, they launched a Saturday morning cartoon show based on themselves. Face The Nation (1991) was their final album, and the two were quiet for much of the 1990s.

Compilations