Dru Hill Details the Group’s ‘Traumatizing’ Collapse on TV One’s ‘Unsung’

Dru Hill (Credit: TV One)

Dru Hill took the music industry by storm in the 1990s, but after a string of hits including “In My Bed” and “How Deep Is Your Love,” the group began to fall apart.

The Baltimore-bred quartet was made up of childhood friends Mark “Sisqó” Andrews, Tamir “Nokio” Ruffin, Larry “Jazz” Anthony and James “Woody Rock” Green.

Amid jealousy, clashes with their record label, drug abuse and weight issues, Dru Hill started to collapse, with Woody being the first to leave.

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In  a clip for the Feb. 23, 2020 episode of TV One’s Unsung, Sisqo said he was stunned by Woody’s departure.

“We’re at the top of our game. We got money in the bank. We got chart-topping singles. We just got off tour and it was traumatizing,” he explained.

Sisqo also talked about his decision to strike out on his own, and the success of his solo album Unleash the Dragon.

Music documentary series Unsung is executive produced by A. Smith & Co. Productions’ Arthur Smith and Frank Sinton with Executive Producer Mark Rowland and Co-Executive Producer Kysha Mounia.

The new season premieres on Sunday, Feb. 23 at 10 P.M. ET/9C on TV One.

Watch the Dru Hill clip from the series below.

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