The legendary Biz Markie brings more than 30 years of solid hip-hop acumen and an overwhelming fan-base that stretches from New York City to Japan to Europe. His music scene debut began in 1985 as a human beatbox for Roxanne Shante of the Juice Crew. Now 30 years older and immensely wiser, Biz continues to be universally praised by the hip-hop industry for his witty songs. He’s appeared on TV on In Living Color, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Jimmy Kimmel Show and he’s worked with The Rolling Stones, Will Smith and the Flaming Lips. Look for Biz to perform songs like “Just a Friend,” which was a Top Ten hit and one of VH1’s 100 greatest hip-hop songs of all time.
Atlanta hip-hop duo Tag Team delivers old-school rap like no other. DC The Brain Supreme and Steve Rolln scored a massive hit in 1993 with “Whoomp! There It Is.” It sold over four million copies, peaked at #1 on the Billboard R&B Singles chart, garnered a Billboard Music Award nomination for Song of the Year and became a bona fide sports anthem. These days, the duo performs at halftime and intermission shows for NHL, NFL and World Cup Soccer games and they were even asked to perform at the Super Bowl Experience. In addition to “Whoomp! There It Is,” look for Tag Team to perform songs like “Here It Is, Bam!” “U Go Girl,” “Pig Power” and “Funkey Situation.”