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If you’ve been waiting for the new season of TV One’s “Unsung,” the wait is over. The five-time NAACP Image Award-winning series returns tonight at 10 p.m. EST. The series returns with eight new explosive episodes. Tonight’s premiere uncovers the winding and untold story of Baltimore natives and R&B legends Dru Hill. We caught up…

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Dru Hill accepts the Spirit of Detroit Award from Detroit City Councilwoman Janeé Ayers Photo Credit: Montez Miller The ’90s R&B groups continue to show us why summers are not the same without them. The recent Kiss fest in Detroit at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre featured Jagged Edge, Tony Toni Tone, After 7, Dave Hollister…

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With this latest episode now behind them, 90’s R&B favorites Dru Hill can certainly attest that the road to a huge comeback can sometimes be a rocky one. The Baltimore, Maryland based quartet recently won a default ruling that pitted them against their record company, Kedar Entertainment, after the group accused the label of mishandling a…

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Sean Puffy Combs is not new to the music industry nor is he new to Throwback Thursday on Instagram. Posting photos with catch phrases on his page, you never know who might show up or just how far he will go back. He recently shared the above photo of him and Nasir Jones quoting, “You can…

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Hosted by Chicago’s old-school and R&B station, V103, and sponsored by the Black McDonald’s Operators Association Chicago, everyone’s favorite ’90s R&B stars had the ladies screaming last night at the Chicago Theatre. Performers included Dru Hill, Silk and Shock G of Digital Underground featuring Humpty Hump, DJ Fuze and Peewee. Chicago-based quartet, Public Announcement opened up the…

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Solange Knowles is better known right now as Beyoncé’s sister who got in a fight in an elevator with Jay Z and honestly it will be a long time before she is able to live that down, if she ever does. Take a stroll down memory lane with us as we check out more throwback…

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In the spirit of the holiday season, Raheem Devaughn performed at The Howard Theatre in Washington DC. He brought along some of his friends and gave an electrifying performance. Raheem performed Grammy-nominated songs from his most recent release, A Place Called Love Land. Estelle, L’Yanna Crawley (Sunday’s Best), Biz Markie, Jazz (of Dru Hill), Anwan…

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The Affordable Old School Concert Series featuring K-Ci & Jo-Jo took place in Atlanta  at Wolfe Creek Amphitheater.  Hip-hop and R&B artists such as Dru Hill, Keith Sweat and Rob Bass hit the stage. Rolling out got a chance to catch up with both Keith Sweat and Rob Bass after their performances.  Check out their…

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  The ESSENCE Music Festival is the nation’s largest African American live musical and cultural experience attracting over 400,000 people from around the world. This four-day event is packed with must-see concerts and events that you definitely don’t want to miss. Each day boasts a jumping block party, a number of outrageous concerts and plenty of…

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