Kris Kross

Kris Kross (Chris Kelly and Chris Smith) were a teenage rap duo of the early 90's most famous for wearing their clothes backward. They were discovered in 1991 performing at a mall in Atlanta, GA by Jermaine Dupri. Their first album, Totally Krossed Out, was released in 1992 and managed to sell more than four million copies. It included the hit single Jump, which stayed at number 1 on the Billboard charts for eight weeks. This landed them a spot on Michael Jackson's European tour that year.

Released in 1993, a second album, entitled Da Bomb failed to match their early success. 1996 saw the release of their final album Young, Rich and Dangerous which was also a commercial dissapointment.

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1996 saw the release of their final album Young, Rich and Dangerous which was also a commercial dissapointment. With his new clean image, Mase is currently attempting to regain his place as a player in the rap industry, while being a positive role model to his young audience. Released in 1993, a second album, entitled Da Bomb failed to match their early success. Diddy as his first hit in seven years. This landed them a spot on Michael Jackson's European tour that year. The song's chorus directly lifts from the Welcome Back Kotter theme song, and was heavily promoted by P. It included the hit single Jump, which stayed at number 1 on the Billboard charts for eight weeks. Entitled "Welcome Back", the song caught on quickly despite Mase's 'one-hit wonder' reputation.

Their first album, Totally Krossed Out, was released in 1992 and managed to sell more than four million copies. In May 2004, Mase released his first single since becoming a preacher. They were discovered in 1991 performing at a mall in Atlanta, GA by Jermaine Dupri. He has since published Revelations: There's a Light After the Lime. Kris Kross (Chris Kelly and Chris Smith) were a teenage rap duo of the early 90's most famous for wearing their clothes backward. Mase's second album, Double Up, was released, despite Mase's stated misgivings considering his newfound religious convictions as he became a born-again Christian. In 1998, Mase was featured on Brandy's second album's second single, "Top Of The World".

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Though his first album, Harlem World, appealed strongly to a mostly new demographic for rap, younger children and pre-adolescents due to its simple rhymes and beats, Mase retired in order to become a preacher just before his second album was due for release. He originally went under the persona "Murder Mase" and was part of Big L's group, Children of the Corn. Diddy (then Puff Daddy) for a brief period before he began a solo career. Ma$e or Mason Betha; born August 27, 1978) is an American rapper, best known as sidekick to P.

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