Growing up in Queens, New York, Christopher Reid couldn't stay away from the underground hip hop movement. He met Chris Martin and together they formed Kid 'N Play - a duo that would become a pioneer in mainstream hip hop. Their success garnered them leading roles in House Party, the hit movie that would take the country by storm and fully introduce hip hop to popular culture. With a three-picture deal, platinum records, and even a Saturday morning cartoon series, it seemed as if Kid 'N Play would be around for years to come. But they broke up in 1993 to pursue separate careers. Hear the story from Kid himself about how he reinvented himself after the split and became a successful stand-up comedian and solo musician.