Big Daddy Kane Plans "Long Live The Kane" Celebration

posted November 10, 2008 12:53:00 AM CST | 18 comments

Twenty years ago, Big Daddy Kane released his seminal Long Live The Kane debut on Prism Records, under the tutelage and production of Marley Marl. The Brooklyn emcee and icon gave fans an album that spawned classics such as "Set It Off" and "Ain't No Half Steppin.'"

In honor of the anniversary, Kane is planning a reportedly historic event this Friday to pay homage to his classic. "Some legendary old school collaborations that have never been assembled live on stage [will be performing]," said J. Period, who will be joined by Biz Markie and Mister Cee behind the turntables at the event. J. Period made the acclaimed Best of Big Daddy Kane mixtape almost five years ago with the Juice Crew alum.

The event will be held at B.B. Kings in New York on Friday November 14th, with doors opening at 8pm. Tickets can be purchased [click here].

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