Kidz In The Hall: Here Now ep.1 (Video) release their latest webisode and it features a trip to Europe. Watch Episode 1 of the Here Now web series below.

About Kidz in the Hall

Kidz in the Hall is an American hip hop duo from Chicago, Illinois.

Group members Jabari Evans (Naledge) and Michael Aguilar (Double-0) met in 2000 during a talent show at the University of Pennsylvania. They began recording songs, making demos, and performing at local shows which eventually led to Double-0 and Naledge forming Kidz in the Hall. Double-0 made a connection with Just Blaze through a job he had at T-Mobile. Blaze then aligned himself with the duo and oversaw their debut School Was My Hustle. Kidz in the Hall signed a group deal with Rawkus Records, and released the album in 2006.[1]

In early 2007, Kidz in the Hall ripped of the name from “Kids in the Hall” a Canadian comedy troupe in the 1990’s. They then created a song entitled “Work To Do It” in support of democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, who has ties to Naledge’s hometown of Chicago. They were among the first artists to support Obama in their music. The song features a sample fromThe Main Ingredient’s version of the Isley Brothers original of the same name.