Some legendary musicians will be gracing the stage at B.B. King Blues Club in New York City, and we're here to put you on to them.

Big Daddy Kane will be playing the stage later this week. The legendary Brooklyn rapper made headlines late last year as his younger borough king, Jay-Z brought him out to rock the stage at the Barclays Center for its opening concert.

On the R&B tip, Musiq Soulchild, who's more than 10 years strong in the game, will be bringing his best grooves to the stage as well. The singer released his last album, 'MusiqInTheMagiq' in 2011, but he has a plethora of R&B hits to perform from his thorough catalog.

Last but not least, the O.G. George Clinton and the P Funk band are sure to roll deep and bring color to the stage as they perform their classics from the '70s and '80s.

Specific show dates are below:

Jan. 24: Big Daddy Kane

Feb. 1: Musiq Soulchild

Feb. 12: George Clinton and P Funk

Watch Big Daddy Kane's 'Ain't No Half Steppin'' Video