The 20 Best All That Performances.



The glory days of Nickelodeon's All That started on April 16, 1994 as a "sneak peek" and debuted as a regular series on December 24 of that year. It was the Saturday Night Live for Nickelodeon's demographic and brought in a slew of major music artists that were relevant at that time.

All That lasted ten seasons before it was canceled in 2005 and looking back, the musical performances are kind of legendary. Watching Nas perform the "Street Dreams" remix to a crowd of pre-teens and Missy Elliott on the stage with 702 for "Steelo," will likely make you feel very nostalgic.

Here are The 20 Best All That Performances.




TLC "What About Your Friends" (1994)
Date: April 16, 1994

As the musical guest on the very first 'sneak peek' of All That, ever, TLC performed "What About Your Friends?" with a high energy performance only to leave Kenan and Kel saying that they are, in fact, all that.




Da Brat ""Fa All Y'all" (1994)
Date: December 24, 1994

Da Brat appeared on the first season of All That to perform her chart-topping hit "Fa All Y'all," and really engages with the crowd during her entire performance.




TLC "Creep" (1995)
Date: January 7, 1995

During the first season of All That, TLC performs their Grammy Award-winning track "Creep" with a stage full of dancers, all wearing matching overalls in true TLC fashion.




Aaliyah "Age Ain't Nothin' But A Number" (1995)
Date: February 4, 1995

In her legendary sunglasses and perfect tomboy style, Aaliyah performed her hit single "Age Ain't Nothin' But A Number" off of her debut album of the same name.




702 & Missy Elliott "Steelo" (1996)
Date: December 28, 1996

The females of 702 got Missy Elliott to show up to perform her guest verse on their hit single, "Steelo." Irish, LeMisha, and Kameelah Williams rock the stage only to be joined by Missy in their glory days.


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