112 Hit Some ‘Dangerous’ Moves At The 2017 Soul Train Awards

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112 waltzed us back down memory lane with a performance of a new jam and a few classics at the 2017 Soul Train Awards. The '9os R&B dudes graced the stage to keep us on our feet as long as they stayed on theirs during the much-anticipated performance. Group members Q. Parker, Michael Keith, Slim and Daron Jones started the medley with their latest single "Dangerous Games" and set it off with smooth choreography that warmed everyone up for the old school party that was to come.

They soon transitioned into "It's Over Now" from their 2001 album Part III. Complete with slick Michael Jackson-inspired dance moves, the quartet kept up with each step and proceeded to belt their hit effortlessly. Just when we thought they were done, 112 took us to the dancerie with a funky breakdown into another Part III hit, "Peaches and Cream." By now, the entire Soul Train Awards audience was on their feet and singing along to the R&B classic. Background dancers played assist on the upbeat track, but disappeared when the group ended the dynamic performance by taking us back to 1996 with "Cupid."

While 112 are busy promoting their comeback album, Q Slim Mike Daron, we're happy that the promo trail brought them to the Soul Train Awards to show everyone that they've still got it after all these years apart. Check out 112 as they set the 2017 Soul Train Awards stage on fire with their fancy footwork and vocals to match.

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