ConcertWith.Me is a resale marketplace. Ticket prices may be above or below face value.
Oh no! There aren’t any events
About NO FACE
Before reaching fame on MTV, Ed Lover was part of an eccentric and deliberately enigmatic Hip-Hop collective called No Face primarily with fellow members, Kevon Shah and Mark "Mark Sexx" Skeete who served as the main producer. No Face first debuted in 1989 on Island Records' Club music imprint, Great Jones with their only known recording for the label, "Hump Music" -- an underground sexually-explicit parody of The Jungle Brothers' 1988 Hip-House classic "I'll House You"