Veteran R&B Group 112 Reunite For U.S. Tour

By |2012-06-21T09:18:58+00:00June 21st, 2012|Categories: News, Tours Gigs & Events|Tags: |0 Comments

Veteran R&B group 112 disbanded after their 2005 album ‘Pleasure & Pain,’ plagued by alleged mismanagement of money. Following the split, members Slim, Michael Keith and Daron Jones went on to release solo projects. Now 7 years later, the guys are back on the same page and ready to return to the stage together.

The four city tour will kickoff on June 23, 2012 at the House of Blues in Atlantic City, N.J. and close September 15, 2012 at the Koka Booth Amphitheater in Cary, NC. They are in the process of adding more dates to extend ‘For the Fans.’

Member Q. Parker first confirmed the reunion telling Baller Status, “the relationship with 112 is great. We were actually on the phone talking about a possible reunion tour and maybe an album next year.”

Slim and Q. Parker are working on solo albums in conjunction with hitting the road. Parker has premiered his “Show You How” music video and dropped a free mixtape entitled ‘Qgasms: Chapter One.’ Slim is collaborating with hip hop artist Ludacris, Pitbull and Rick Ross, as he continues to record tracks for his upcoming sophomore albums.

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