Dru World Order is the third studio album by American R&B group Dru Hill, released in late 2002 (see 2002 in music) on Def Jam Recordings' Def Soul imprint. Four years had passed between this release and the group's previous album, Enter the Dru, during which time the quartet imploded, yet later reformed. Beginning with this release, Dru Hill became a quintet, with fifth member Scola (Rufus Waller) added to the original lineup of Sisqó, Jazz, Nokio, and Woody. This was the first and only time that Dru Hill was featured as five members. The album released three singles "I Should Be...", "I Love You" and "No Doubt". Two of the singles had music videos released. This is the group's last album for the entire Def Jam roster and they were released from their contract within a year due to poor album sales for this album and Sisqó's second album, which caused the group to go on a second hiatus.
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... The singer was even erroneously referred to (presumably by mistake) as Dru Hill by confused fans, most notably on MTV's Spring Break 1999 ... When Dru Hill made a high-profile guest appearance on Will Smith's #1 pop hit "Wild Wild West", the lead single from the soundtrack to Smith's 1999 film of the same name, it made a star out of Sisqó alone ... At first, Island decided to keep Dru Hill a trio, and shot a video for a hip-hop-styled remix of Enter the Dru's "You are Everything" with only Sisqó, Jazz, and Nokio, who performs a rap with Def Jam ...
... Title Information "I Should Be..." Def Soul single 63865, September 2002 Music video directed by Chris Robinson "No Doubt" Def Soul single 63769, January 14, 2003 "I Love You" Def Soul single 30511, April 1, 2003 Music video directed by Chris Robinson Name Chart (2002) Peak position Dru World Order U.S ... Billboard 21 ... U.S ...
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