The award-winning documentary UNSUNG, which airs on TV One is gearing up to begin its new season this Sunday, February 23rd by highlighting the journey of one R&B’s most dynamic quartets with super-group Dru Hill.
The story follows four childhood friends from Baltimore – Sisqo, Nokio, Jazz, and Woody who took the music industry by storm in the ’90s with a combination of old school vocal harmonies and effortless charisma. After their debut album produced four chart-topping singles that included “Tell Me“, “In My Bed”, “Never Make a Promise”, and “Five steps, Dru Hill positioned themselves as a group destined for major success. Despite a bounty of the top ten hits, the group’s journey was filled with clashes with their record label, internal problems within the group and the departure of two members. Over 20 years later, Dru Hill keeps going and remains one of the most beloved singing groups performing today. In this Unsung episode, they tell the full story of their long and winding journey.
The season continues with memorable stories of influential artists including rap’s first female star MC Roxanne Shante; singer/actor Christopher Williams; funk and disco band Skyy; the “Mother of Freestyle” Shannon; Grammy Award-winning crooner behind the 1972 number one single “Me and Mrs. Jones,” Billy Paul; vocal powerhouse Betty Wright, best known for the 70s hit single “Clean Up Woman;” multi-Grammy Award-winning musician Al Jarreau; and Atlanta hip hop quartet Goodie Mob.
For more information on UNSUNG visit TV One.