Last month, the hit ‘90s boy band, Dru Hill, made their return to music with a new song, “What You Need.” The song served as their first single since the 2010 release of their fourth studio album, “InDRUpendence Day.”
Now, upon their return, the group, which includes Mark “Sisqo Andrews, Tamir “Nokio” Ruffin, Larry “Jazz” Anthony,” and James “Woody Rock” Green, are back on tour, performing all of their hits from “In My Bed” to “How Deep Is Your Love.”
In a recent interview with Baller Alert, three of the four members opened up about their live experience and how their performances have changed over the years.
“Expect the unexpected,” Sisqo said of the live show. “When we out there on stage, we just leave it all on stage.”
As they continued, they also revealed that a new album and a biopic is on the way for fans to enjoy. But when it comes to Sisqo’s solo hits, like the “Thong Song,” it remains unclear if fans will be able to witness it live.
“Maybe,” he said, as they added, “you gotta come and see.”
Elsewhere, Sisqo also shared his favorite video, detailed his rider and confirmed that women are still in fact showing him their thongs.