Ladies, have you heard? The sexiest and baddest stars of 90s R&B are coming to London this October, and an extra date has been added!

Celebrating 20 years in the music business, US R&B superstars 112, Dru Hill and Ginuwine are joining forces to get back on the stage and show the younger generation how it’s done! There’s no doubt that their fans remember them as they sold out the first date of their London gig in only two hours flat, now an extra date has been added – Thursday 5 October 2017. The sold-out show will then follow on Friday 6 October at the London Indigo at the O2; before the show will move to the O2 Academy Birmingham for the final night on Sunday 8 October.

Kings of R&B head to London this October - Ginuwine, 112, Dru Hill - high res

The music icons are responsible for some of the most unforgettable R&B classics of all time. 112 are the first and most successful boy band to sign to Sean ‘P Diddy’ Combs’ record label – Bad Boy Entertainment, and they’ve held on to their position as one of the top R&B and Hip Hop boy bands of the 90s.

Sisqo, Nokio, Jazz and Tao are the four members of the multi-platinum selling group Dru Hill. Known for their soul, hip hop and gospel enthused sound, Dru Hill took the charts by storm with five top 10 singles – ‘Tell Me’, ‘In My bed’, ‘Never Make A Promise’ and ‘5 Steps’ off their debut self titled album ‘Dru Hill’.

Award winning singer and 90s heartthrob, Ginuwine, is one of the most pre-eminent male R&B artists of all time. Emerging on the scene with his multi-platinum selling album ‘Ginuwine … The Bachelor’ produced by the prolific hit maker, Timbaland, the talented singer/songwriter hit the charts with his debut number one selling single ‘Pony’, also charting an incredible top 10 position in over five international countries worldwide.

Tickets for the show start from £32.50 and are now available to purchase at and

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