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The first script was House Party because if you think about the premise of House Party one dude was a Dj and the other was a rapper so House Party was set up for Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. For that film, Reid traded his trademark hi-top fade in for braids instead. Kid 'n Play even had their own NBC Saturday morning cartoon, Kid 'n Play, for one season from 1990 to 1991.On the show, Kid 'n Play were regressed to teenagers, but their recording careers remained intact, as did their comic personas.
Kid 'n Play is an American hip-hop act from New York City that was popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s.When I first became a single mom, I made myself sick by trying to come up with answers to this imaginary future scenario.In this imagined scene, my child was asking: “Do I have a Daddy?The duo was composed of Christopher Reid (born April 5, 1964) and Christopher Martin (born July 10, 1962) working alongside their DJ, Mark "DJ Wiz" Eastmond.The pair met while performing in rival high school groups The Turnout Brothers and The Super Lovers, and initially formed their duo under the name The Fresh Force Crew. By 1987 they had changed their name to Kid 'n Play.Also affectionately known as the "Funky Charleston," it was influenced by the 1920s era dance The Charleston.The Kid n' Play Kickstep featured the new jack swing-aerobic dance moves typical of late 1980s urban street dancing.The group's stage show highlighted their teen-friendly personalities, and dances such as their trademark, the Kick Step.Kid's visual trademark was his hi-top fade haircut, which stood ten inches high at its peak. Kid 'n Play were also notable for their dance known as the Kid n' Play Kickstep, first seen in their video "Do This My Way," and described in the song "Do the Kid n' Play Kickstep," from their first album, 2 Hype.The real Kid 'n Play appeared in live-action wraparounds of the cartoons, but voice actors (again including close friend, Martin Lawrence) performed in the animated portions of the show.The show stressed positive role models, teaching kids how to get along and stay out of trouble.