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The Return of Danity Kane

Dawn, Aubrey, Shannon & Aundrea
Dawn, Aubrey, Shannon & Aundrea
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In 2005, Sean “Diddy” Combs orchestrated the multi-platinum, fierce independent female music group, Danity Kane. The group originally formed on MTV's hit series 'Making the Band' and continued to prove their talents as legitimate artists with chart topping singles 'Showstopper' and 'Damaged' as well as two number one albums, 'Danity Kane' and 'Welcome to the Dollhouse.' They became the first female group in billboard history to consecutively debut albums at #1, placing them in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Despite having initial success, tension led to the groups split in early 2009. The original line-up of the group consisted of Aubrey O'Day, Aundrea Fimbres, Shannon Bex, Dawn Richard and Wanita “D Woods” Woodgett. The fivesome has turned into a foursome, with “D Woods” not returning for the reunion. Fans didn't seem to mind the news; “D Woods” was the least favorite of the group and didn't bring the sexy like the others. Besides, with female groups receiving tough criticism and lack of credibility from music lovers around the world, less is best and believe the revision could put them in the ranks of Destiny's Child and TLC.

Danity Kane exudes everything needed in a female pop group. Looks, attitude, sophistication and killer voices. The girls sure know how to perform, too. They've already been teasing new cuts from their third studio album in L.A and Las Vegas. The reviews have been well-received from music critics. It's time to really give Danity Kane the platform and recognition they deserve. These women are extremely talented and create a fresh, modern sound that gets inside your bones. Their career was short lived and totally underrated. No set date has been released for the new album, but frequent posts on social media outlets suggest a major announcement from the group in the next week.