Isley Brothers Tickets
The Isley Brothers are a hugely popular music group from Cincinnati, Ohio. Starting in 1954 and lasting into the new millennium, the group has spanned decades, two generations of members and music genres as diverse as gospel, doo-wop, R&B, soul, funk, rock, adult contemporary and even hip-hop. Founded in 1954, the original members were brothers O'Kelly, Jr., Rudolph, Ronald and Vernon Isley.
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The Isley Brothers came across new found success In the late '90s. Ronald's new alter ego, the gangster and R. Kelly video villain Mr. Biggs, helped bring newfound success to the group well into the new millennium.
Around the same time, a bevy of hip-hop performers had paid tribute to the Isley Brothers by sampling their songs to great success. Rapper Ice Cube scored a Top 10 hit with "Today Was a Good Day", which sampled the Isley Brothers' "Footsteps in the Dark". In 1992, two years later, rapper The Notorious B.I.G. scored a huge hit with "Big Poppa", which sampled "Between the Sheets" followed up by Da Brat's "Funkdafied", which also sampled the song. At the same time, R&B singer Aaliyah scored a huge hit with her cover of the Isley Brothers' 1976 radio hit "At Your Best (You Are Love)". By 1996, the Isley Brothers joined the ranks of James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic as one of the most sampled groups in hip-hop.
The Isley Brothers released their first album for Def Jam's Def Soul Classics imprint in March of 2006 titled Baby Makin' Music, which features collaborations with producers like Tim & Bob and Jermaine Dupri. The first single from the album was "Just Came Here to Chill".