Recently reunited after their break-up in 1999, the trio has just produced a new album, called Anthem Inc, in which they have “invented a new sound,” Treach reports, noting that because it’s been a while since they group has put out an album, “we’ve gotta lotta things to say.” Previous albums have included their self-titled debut, followed by Naughty III, Poverty’s Paradise, and Nature’s Fury. This unstoppable team is touring the globe; with no plans to call it quits anytime soon.
These kings of hip-hop with take the stage at 10 p.m. on Friday, April 5th at H.O.M.E. – House of Music & Entertainment, sharing the evening with Rob Base, a New York native known for his debut album “It Takes Two,” which went multi-platinum, along with the title track. His hit singles “Get on the Dance Floor” and “Joy and Pain” were soon to follow. General Admission Tickets (http://www.homebarchicago.com/
H.O.M.E. is a hot new stop for Chicago nightlife and live music in the suburbs. This top-notch sports bar offers built in table taps to keep the night flowing, 80 plasma TV’s, plus a great list of beers and late night bites. With over 30 beers on tap, and another 40 available by can or bottle (including imports, popular domestics, and local craft brews) the decision is as tough as the selection is terrific.
When it comes to entertainment, H.O.M.E. has it down to a science. The 15,000 square foot theater is the perfect escape to catch the best in live music, with a 28 x 30 stage, and stadium style booth seating available for up to 1,000 guests.
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