Sunday, November 23, 2014

Total, Faith Evans, Mase and Carl Thomas Reunite at Legends of Bad Boy Records Concert


A throwback for real!

The R&B trio Total who are from New Jersey reunited onstage this past Friday (Nov. 21) in Beverly Hills as part of the Legends of Bad Boy Records concert. Other popular Bad Boy artists Mase, Faith Evans and Carl Thomas were also apart of the lineup!


They still got it!


Faith Evans who was known as Bad Boy's First Lady, performed her classic 1995 song "Soon As I Get Home" and Carl Thomas joined her onstage to perform their hit "Emotional" and of course his most popular song "I Wish." 


Mase rocked the crowd with his throwback classics "What You Want, "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down," and more. And, Total sang a number of their jams, including "Can't You See,"Trippin'," and "What About Us."



"Tonight....PRICELESS.#GODis ❤️❤️❤️ #TOTAL #KimaKeishaAndPam,"
Keisha posted on her Instagram
 
Its been 20 years since Bad Boy Records started! Artists have come and gone (a lot have gone) but it was definitely nice to see Total - Kima Keisha and Pam - reunite. I want to see more... like Black Rob, Loon, Cheri Dennis, G-Dep, Mario Winans... oh man, I can keep going!

Carl Thomas
 
All in all, it looks like the concert was a success. However, I did notice Keisha (who is married to actor Omar Epps) did not perform with Total. She only came out at the end to address the crowd on the groups possible return.
 
With messages like "Total forever, we ain't going nowhere" and "You guys hold on tight because we're gonna make it right" .... I feel like a comeback album is in the works. I hope so!

"This woman is so so gifted.It's crazy! She's Faith Evans to you....Faithabee to me☺️ Love you Faithabee #PowerHouse #LegendsOfBadBoy #FaithEvans," Keisha said.
 
 Check out some of the performances below!
 




 
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