Mark Wahlberg may be known as a big-time actor now, but it's hard to forget his '90s hip-hop roots.
Wahlberg made an early mark with his group, Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. The group released two studio albums and various hit singles, including 1991's "Good Vibrations." While Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch disbanded in 1993, there may be hope for a reunion.
Wahlberg seems to have changed his tune about the idea of a Funky Bunch reunion. While he told Moviefone in 2012 that music was totally done for him, a recent interview with the UK's Heat magazine hinted he may be more open to a return to music.
"Well, the Funky Bunch wants to get back out there," Wahlberg told Heat magazine. "I've just got to find the right time. We might, though."
He also questioned whether the return of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch would be "lucrative. »
- Madeline Boardman
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