A new show in Las Vegas is bringing 1990s nostalgia to its iconic strip.

'I Love the 90s' - The Vegas Show

With so many legends taking residence in Las Vegas, it comes as a surprise that hip hop has been overlooked.

“Hip hop in Vegas. Doesn’t that make sense? Like — why didn’t this happen years ago?” - Salt, Salt-N-Pepa

Naturally, it took pioneers of hip hop to bring the genre's first residency to Sin City.

“Salt N Pepa — we are known for doing the first everything. We’re the first females to go platinum, to win a Grammy — female rap group.” - Salt, Salt-N-Pepa

Salt-N-Pepa is headlining the launch of 'I Love the 90s' - the Vegas Show, which also features Rob Base and the smooth sounds of All-4-One.

“You need the love, and that’s what we bring. We bring the love.” - Tony Borowiak, All-4-One

In a city known for spontaneous proposals, weddings, and assorted acts of love, the group was surprised when a fight broke out in the midst of their smash, romantic hit ‘I Swear’.

“They pulled him out before ‘I Swear’ was over, and I was like, ‘Aw man … he didn’t even get a chance to hear it.”

You can share the love with 'I Love the 90s' - The Vegas Show (no fighting!) at the Paris Hotel and Casino.

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