Sisqo, the group’s vocal frontrunner, donned his signature silver hair getup as he opened the show alongside Antwuan "Tao" Simpson and Tamir "Nokio" Ruffin. Later joined by Larry “Jazz” Anthony, the crew bodied the stage with hits from the melodious “Beauty” to the bedroom certified “Thong Song.” And what would Dru Hill be without leg-kicking, sky-jumping, hip-thrusting choreography only a soul vet could perfect?
The slick outfit change was a nice little touch, too. If you were missing the tunes and vibes of ‘90s R&B before, Dru Hill just made us yearn for it.
Embrace the nostalgia with the reactions below.
Dru Hill kind of old and there still hopping around. Hope they don't get hurt #SoulTrainAwards— Angelique (@ange07) November 28, 2016
But Jazz said I'm not doin all that damn hoppin...this ain't '97 #SoulTrainAwards— Heffanie (@blakademic) November 28, 2016
If you don't remember how iconic that step hop was in Dru Hill's "Tell Me". WE ARE NOT THE SAME. #SoulTrainAwards— Shade Magnifique (@qlynngreen) November 28, 2016
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