Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth Reunite for London Tour

AllHipHop Staff

(AllHipHop News) Legendary Hip-Hop duo Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth will reunite in London to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their album, Mecca and the Soul Brother.

This is the second time the Mount Vernon duo have reunited in London.

Pete Rock and C.L Smooth first reunited in December 2011 and performed at HMV Forum.

During that show, they announced a studio album was in the works and would be released shortly.

If the album is released, it will be the pair's first album in eighteen years, since the release of their album The Main Ingredient, however a release date is yet to be confirmed.

Pete Rock and C.L.Smooth made their debut in Hip-Hop in 1991 by releasing the EP All Souled Out. The duo went on to release two full studio albums and collaborated with a variety of artists such as Public Enemy, EPMD and the late Heavy D.

In 1995, Pete Rock and C.L.Smooth went their separate ways, only to reunite for a handful of songs on their solo albums.

Pete Rock and C.L.Smooth will perform on 28, 29 and 30 October at London's Jazz Cafe.

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Awesome news! I myself live in the South from London and I adore when such big concerts happen. But London itself... Population-wise it's quite big and dense for me. I don't like its pace.