Back in the formulative years of this publication when it was called High Speed Magazine I shot with the adorable Annah Barnes. Annah is the Diva who coined the ever popular closing phrase we use in our On The Set videos; “And that’s a wrap!”
She is proof that good things can come in little packages. Even her voice is little. Enjoy the photos and video of Annah Barnes’ shoot with us after the jump! Continue Reading →
Angela Bartosch is no doubt an exceptionally gorgeous woman from head to toe, and well we can’t say enough about her great set of boobs. They’re simply perfect as well. Enjoy Angela’s ‘On The Set‘ Video as much as we enjoyed making it and shooting with her! Continue Reading →
2011 has been a tough year for many people! My brother and Fast Lane Magazine Editor in Chief Will Rivers lost his wife to Pneumonia, just days before Christmas! Bro, you have a hard road to travel, but with all the love in the world I pass this along to you! I love the question at the end of this video…. Who do you miss? Let us know by leaving a comment below
We’ll be posting one Mashup from 2011 per day for the rest of the year! So enjoy! Day 1
This past year the Divas got the rare opportunity to shoot with some of the most iconic vehicles in movie history. High Speed DivaShawnae Belvedere drew the Delorean from Back To The Future! It’s certainly not everyday that the opportunity comes up for a shoot like this; and of course we jumped at it. See Photos and video after the jump!
Kid ‘n Play is an American hip-hop and comedy duo from New York City that was popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The duo was composed of Christopher “Kid” Reid and Christopher “Play” Martin working alongside their DJ, Mark “DJ Wiz” Eastmond. Besides their successful musical careers, Kid ‘n Play are also notable for branching out into acting.
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. In 1986 She’s a Skeezer and Rock Me were recorded. By 1987 they had changed their name to Kid ‘n Play.
Kid ‘n Play in their heyday
Kid ‘n Play recorded three albums together between 1988 and 1991: 2 Hype (1988), Kid ‘n Play’s Funhouse (1990), and Face the Nation (1991). Hurby “Luv Bug” Azor, the producer for Salt-n-Pepa (who had been a member of the The Super Lovers with Play) served as Kid ‘n Play’s manager and producer during the early portion of their career. All three albums focused upon positive lyrics backed by pop-friendly instrumental tracks. Among the group’s most successful singles were 1989′s “Rollin’ with Kid ‘n Play” (#11 on the Billboard R&B singles chart), 1990s “Funhouse” (#1 on the Billboard rap singles chart), and “Ain’t Gonna Hurt Nobody” (another #1 rap hit). 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. Martin regularly wore eight-ball jackets.
Kid ‘n Play were also notable for their dance known as the Funky Charleston, first seen in their video “Gittin Funky”. Also affectionately known as the Kid and Play Kickstep, it was influenced by the 1920s era dance the Charleston. The Funky Charleston featured the New Jack Swing-aerobic dance moves typical of late 1980s urban street dancing. Unlike the original Charleston, The Funky Charleston requires two participants instead of one. This dance also was made quite popular in Kid ‘n Play’s feature film House Party, in which Kid and Play have a dance competition with Tisha Campbell and A.J. Johnson.
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