rap gruop EMPD will reunite for their first performance in New York City in eight
years this fall. The
group, comprised of Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith, will hit the stage Oct. 14
at BB King Blues Club in Times Square. The event will coincide with activities
surrounding VH1's annual Hip-Hop Honors awards show.As
one of the most respected hip-hop groups, EPMD has garnered fans by releasing
such critically acclaimed albums like Strictly Business, Unfinished
Business,Business As Usual and Business Never Personal.The
group is expected to perform such classics as "It's My Thing," "You
Gots To Chill," "So Wat Cha Sayin'," "The Big Payback,"
"Golddigger," "Rampage," "Crossover" and others.
news, Sermon is a featured artist on "Don't Hold Back," the latest single
from UK R&B singer Camilla.The
track was produced by UK producers Dial Tone and Silver and is taken from Camilla's
upcoming debut album Rise of the Phoenix, which is due in stores later