Dru Hill

R&B Group Dru Hill, a Baltimore-based R&B quartet, belted out seven Top 40 songs from 1996 to 2002. In 2002, Nokio, lead singer Sisqo, Jazz and Woody Rock added another member, Nola, to the group.  After falling out of the public eye, they came together in 2009 to release InDRUpendence Day. Nola did not return and, in the midst of promotion, Woody announced he was going to focus on his gospel ministry. To return to a quartet, they added new member Tao, who won a talent search.

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