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Danity Kane return to the music scene with Tyga assisted single 'Lemonade'

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Guess who's back? Since news of their comeback was originally announced at the MTV Video Music Awards back in August, fans of Danity Kane have been yearning for some fresh new material. Well, the wait is officially over. The spunky foursome kicks it into high gear, as they prepare for the summer season and emancipate a new slick number entitled, “Lemonade,” featuring a verse from rapper Tyga.

With board-work by Stereotypes, the ladies’ favorite go-to-producers (“Damaged”), the former Making the Band collective dip in the crates and sample the Clipse’s infamous hood classic “Grindin’,” and return to their swaggering roots (hmm, think “Showstopper”) and have some unkind words for their many cynics, who often tend to have hate in their blood – well, for no apparent reason other than to just express their dislike for Puff’s former gals.

You know – the regular disdain and verbal darts females commonly spiel to one another because of their looks, or lack thereof. If this record is any indication of what’s to come, uh, there’s going to be a lot of thirsty stans lining up more than ever, looking for DK to cool them off with multiple dosages of their coldly served audio perfection. Take a sip of their sweet and sour concoction here via Soundcloud. Track spotted over at Rap-Up.

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