TV One’s ‘Unsung’ to Feature Dru Hill, Roxanne Shante, Goodie Mob


TV One’s music industry documentary series Unsung will kick off a new season in February with an episode featuring popular 1990s R&B group Dru Hill, the cable network announced today.

The Baltimore-bred group recorded the hits “In My Bed” and “How Deep Is Your Love,” and was made up of Mark “Sisqó” Andrews, Tamir “Nokio” Ruffin, Larry “Jazz” Anthony and James “Woody Rock” Green.

Other artists featured in the new season include female rap pioneer Roxanne Shante; singer and actor Christopher Williams; funk and disco band Skyy; the “Mother of Freestyle” Shannon; Grammy Award-winning singer Billy Paul; vocal powerhouse Betty Wright known for the ’70s hit “Clean Up Woman;” late multi-Grammy Award-winning musician Al Jarreau; and Atlanta hip-hop quartet Goodie Mob.

Williams topped the charts with the single “I’m Dreamin'” from the New Jack City soundtrack. In the trailer for Unsung, he says: “Management let me down. I let me down.”

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Goodie Mob member Cee-Lo recalls how the Atlanta-based group refused to conform. “We ain’t changing nothing,” he says.

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. For TV One, Jason Ryan is Executive Producer in Charge of Production.

The series returns to TV One on Sunday, February 23 at 10 P.M. ET/9C.

Watch the trailer below.