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Rap stars of the '90s come to Cooley Law School Stadium


I Love the '90s Tour

Friday, June 7

Tickets start at $39

Cooley Law School Stadium

505 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing



WEDNESDAY, Jan. 23 — Bust out your clippers, give yourself a flattop and open up your closet to pull out a Starter windbreaker, a score of ‘90s one — maybe two — hit wonders are coming to Cooley Law School Stadium on June 7.



No, it’s not an episode of VH1’s “Where Are They Now?” but a throwback show booked by the production company MiEntertainment Group (producers of Common Ground Music Festival) featuring: Vanilla Ice, Rob Base, Coolio, Kid ‘n’ Play, All 4 One, Young MC and C&C Music Factory with Freedom Williams.



Tickets, starting at $39, will be available Friday at 10 a.m. You can purchase them at this link. Common Ground is scheduled for late-June and has not yet announced its lineup.



And if you’re still convinced Vanilla Ice really did steal the bass line from Queen’s “Under Pressure,” allow this old clip of Ice — real name Robert Van Winkle — to explain the difference:



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