So will Kriss Kross reunite again as the former "Mac Daddy" and "Daddy Mac" rap act? It appears so, as the two are scheduled to appear for a special So So Def reunion concert next month.
A report on Jan. 16 from Billboard.com indicates that Chris Kelly and Chris Smith will be performing at the So So Def 20th anniversary concert scheduled for Feb. 23. Other artists scheduled to appear as part of the Atlanta Fox Theater show include label-founder Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, and Bow Wow, who was once known as Lil' Bow Wow. The announcement was made Tuesday afternoon from Atlanta City Hall where a roster of the So So Def all-stars appeared to join Mayor Kasim Reed for the news.
As for Kriss Kross, they're the famous group behind the smash hit rap song "Jump" back in the 90's which went on to be featured at parties and before jump ball situations at various basketball games. Apparently, Jermaine Dupri first met them at an Atlanta shopping mall back in 1990. The former youngster duo is all grown up now at age 32, and apparently are "a little older, a little wiser, and, most notably, their clothes are facing forward."
Kriss Kross has also toured with Michael Jackson on his "Dangerous World Tour," in addition to releasing three albums: Totally Krossed Out in 1992, Da Bomb in 1993, and Young, Rich & Dangerous in 1996. Their hit song "Jump" reached #1 on the U.S. Billboard charts back in 1992, with "Warm It Up" their next best song hitting as high as #13 on the chart.