Dru Hill Reunites for New Album and Reality Show
The last time R&B group Dru Hill reunited it didn't go so well. Recall the infamous YouTube clip where all four members were doing an interview at a Baltimore radio station? Woody announced that he was leaving the group to dedicate himself to his gospel ministry, which resulted in Sisqo storming out and a fight breaking out between Woody and Nokio. Eight years later, it looks like the fellas have put the drama behind them and have reunited to release
a new album -- minus Woody.
The group has inked a deal with Kedar Entertainment and now includes a new member named Tao (pronounced Tay-oh). Under their deal, they will release 'InDrupendence Day' on April 13. The first single will be a track titled 'Love M.D.' Kedar is also home to other R&B artists such as Joe, Keith Sweat, Chico Debarge and Ginuwine.
In other news, Dru Hill has signed on to be part of Sweat's reality television series 'Sweat's Plantinum House.' The show will air on Centeric later this year and will chronicle interactions between Sisqo, Nokio, Jazz and new member Tao and their return to the studio. Sisqo is currently appearing on 'Celebrity Big Brother 2010.'