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Ying Yang Twins To Play Envy Nightclub February 9

The 2000s are officially back: Envy Nightclub announced on its website that hip hop duo Ying Yang Twins will perform at the venue on February 9 for their “Finally Fridays” event.

Along with Lil John, Ying Yang Twins is one of the seminal crunk acts of the early 2000s. Straight out of the ATL, the southern group had multiple top 10 Billboard hits such as “Salt Shaker”  and “Wait(The Whisper Song).”

The duo’s third album, Me & My Brother, was certified platinum. They first rose to popularity in 2003 after being featured on Britney Spears’ song “(I Got That) Boom Boom”  and with Lil John on his hit song “Get Low.”

Tickets for the show are on sale on Envy’s website and will not be sold at the door. Two early bird ticket options are available, one option for 18-20 year olds starting at $15 and another option for 21+ starting at $10. Envy stresses purchasers to buy the right ticket for their age group. No refunds will be available for purchasing tickets for the wrong age group. A physical ID will be required at the door.

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Matt Paolizzi

Matt is a freshman majoring in Secondary Education, hoping to minor in philosophy, and is from the fabled land of "just outside Philly." He'll gladly talk your ear off about anything from Picasso to Wu-Tang Clan and lives and dies by Philly sports. Send him seething rants and death threats at [email protected]


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