Dru Hill

From19 January 2019to01 March 2019

Dru Hill

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Dru Hill is an American R&B/ soul/ hip-hop group from Baltimore, Maryland consisting of members Sisqo, Jazz, Nokio and Tao.

Friends since middle school, Tamir Ruffin (aka Nokio) recruited Mark Andres (aka Sisqo) and James Green (aka Big Woody Rock) to join him in a singing group, and they began performing around the Baltimore area; and after a while, Larry Anthony (aka Jazz) joined the group. The group originally would perform gospel music, but made the switch to R&B and in 1996 they caught their big break when they were signed to Island Record’s “Island Black” division.

Immediately after signing the record deal, they started working on their first album. The eponymous album, released in 1996, eventually reached certified gold, and the single “Tell Me” was featured on the soundtrack for the movie “Eddie.” In 1997 the group entered some legal drama, filing a suit to leave their contract with Island Records when their manager was hit on the head by an Island employee, and by the end both sides came to a settlement with Dru Hill still remaining on their contract.

In 1998 the group released their sophomore album, “Enter the Dru” and contained within it was the single “How Deep Is Your Love,” a song that was featured on the soundtrack to the film “Rush Hour.” By the end of the following year, “Enter the Dru” had sold over two million copies; however during their shoot for the music video for Will Smith’s “Wild Wild West,” Woody quit the group to return to his gospel roots, who would eventually be replaced by Def Jam artist, Case.

While working on their next album, “Dru World Order,” Sisqo was simultaneously working on his solo project, and released his debut album, “Unleash The Dragon” in 2000. While his solo album resulted in three fairly successful singles, it also resulted in “Dru World Order” being pushed back and due to a conflict between members resulted in the group breaking apart. Luckily, by the end of 2001 the group started to reassemble and “Dru World Order” was finally completed and released in November 2002.

Saturday 19 January 2019

Dru Hill

with TLC

Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, CA, US

 

Sunday 20 January 2019

Dru Hill

with Ginuwine, Sisqó, and 2 others

Crown Complex, Fayetteville, NC, US

 

Saturday 02 February 2019

Dru Hill

with Ginuwine, Donell Jones, and 3 others

James L. Knight Center, Miami, FL, US

 

Saturday 09 February 2019

Dru Hill

The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT, US

 

Thursday 14 February 2019

Dru Hill

with 112, Tyrese, and 2 others

US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH, US

 

Friday 15 February 2019

Dru Hill

with Ginuwine, Tyrese, and 2 others

KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, KY, US

 

Saturday 16 February 2019

Dru Hill

with Bell Biv DeVoe, 702, and 1 other

Landers Center, Southaven, MS, US

 

Sunday 17 February 2019

Dru Hill

with Ginuwine, Blackstreet, and 3 others

Umbc Event Center, Baltimore, MD, US

 

Friday 01 March 2019

Dru Hill

with Ginuwine and Keith Sweat

Bellco Theatre, Denver, CO, US

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