[Freestyle] The 90’s Freestyle Dance Music Icon Joey Kid Drops New Music Video “Tonight”
Joey Kid released his self-titled debut album in 1992 on Atlantic Records. The album spun off a few hit records, including the Freestyle classics “Counting The Days,” “Broken Promises,” “Another Side Of The Story,” “Everything I Own” and the ballad “I’m Not In Love.” Joey would go on to join C&C Music Factory on a 2 year globe tour. This tour gave Freestyle dance music a brief international spotlight. Joey Kid and his debut album were nominated for a Grammy, MTV, and several other notable awards.
By the mid 1990’s Freestyle’s popularity had started to decline. Joey Kid, like many of the Freestyle acts were affected by the sudden decline of support for Freestyle music. There were only a handle of national commercially successful Freestyle hits; with the majority of them coming out of the San Francisco Bay Area. Some of the more notable mainstream cross-over hits were Angelina’s “Release Me,” Jocelyn Enriquez with her hit “Do You Miss Me,” M:G’s “Sweet Honesty” and out of the New York area “In A Dream” by Rockell. All Throughout the 90’s and all the way up to the present day Freestyle artist have continued release music and tour across the US performing their classic songs in clubs and to sold out arenas.
In December of 2010 Joey released an EP entitled “See You in My Heart” and tonight he brings the single “Tonight” to life with a brand new music video.
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