Vanilla Ice to perform ’90s classic ‘Ice Ice Baby’ at Kings game

Hip-hop artist Vanilla Ice performs during the 2014 NBA All Star dunk contest at Smoothie King Center
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All right stop. Collaborate and listen: Pop icon Vanilla Ice is cracking open the ’90s time capsule at the Sleep Train Arena later this month.

According to ABC10, the rapper also known as Robert Van Winkle will perform his hit "Ice Ice Baby" in Sacramento when the Kings host the Clippers on Feb. 26.

Since taking the rap world by storm with his sample of Queen and David Bowie’s "Under Pressure," Van Winkle has parlayed his rap career into the reality TV realm, starring in shows like "The Vanilla Ice Project" and "Vanilla Ice Goes Amish." But Ice is no stranger to the basketball courts: He also performed after the dunk contest during the 2014 NBA All-Star Weekend.  

Vanilla Ice is very active on Twitter. If you want to see what the entertainer is up to lately, check out his feed.

And then tune in on Feb. 26 and watch him light up a stage and wax a chump like a candle. 

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