Dru Hill reunites, plans new album, reality TV show and tour
Baltimore R&B sensation Dru Hill has reunited, officials announced today.
After an eight-year hiatus from recording, the multi-platinum group has inked a deal with label Kedar Entertainment, and plans to release an album, "InDRUPendence," on April 13, followed by an international tour and a role in the reality TV show "Sweat's Platinum House."
Their first new single, "Love M.D.," hits radio Jan. 26, according to publicist Gwendolyn Quinn.
"It's going to be big," Quinn said. "It's going to be huge." ...
Woody has been replaced by a new singer Tao, who won a contest to become a member of the group.
"(Woody) decided he didn't want to do it," Quinn said.
"InDRUPendence" will be Dru Hill's fourth studio album. Their first three spawned seven Top 40 hits, including "Never Make a Promise," "In My Bed" and "How Deep Is Your Love."
In 1999, Dru Hill member Sisqo released the smash hit album "Unleash the Dragon." He currently appears in the British TV show "Celebrity Big Brother."
(Photo courtesy of Dru Hill's Web site)