Nov. 19, 1996: Dru Hill's self-titled debut alum is released; it goes on to sell 1 million copies.
1997: Dru Hill sues Island Records after an Island employee allegedly struck the group's manager over the head with a pool cue. The case is settled, and Dru Hill remains on the label.
Oct. 27, 1998: "Enter the Dru," the group's second album, is released. It peaks at No. 2 on Billboard 200 and sells more than 2 million copies.
April 1999: Dru Hill shoots a video with Will Smith for the song "Wild Wild West," the lead single from the movie's soundtrack. Woody quits for the first time at the shoot.
Nov. 30, 1999: Sisqo's first solo album, "Unleash the Dragon," is released. It goes on to sell more than 5 million copies, thanks to the ballad "Incomplete" and the hit "Thong Song."
Nov. 26, 2002: "Dru World Order," the group's third album and first as a five-member group, is released. It's certified gold, marking the first Dru Hill album not to sell a million copies.
Sept. 13, 2003: After allegedly shooting a car from his porch, Sisqo is arrested at his Randallstown home and charged with first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and resisting arrest. Most of the charges were dropped; Sisqo received unsupervised probation for resisting arrest and reckless endangerment.
Nov. 2003: Dru Hill leaves Def Soul, Def Jam's R&B imprint.
March 7, 2008: A reformed Dru Hill announces its reunion on radio station 92Q, only to have Woody quit for the second time, live on the air. A scuffle breaks out between band members.
May 2008: Tao wins "Dru Idol," a singing competition to replace Woody.
June 28, 2010: The reality TV show "Keith Sweat's Platinum House" debuts, showing the group living together, recording "InDRUpendence Day" and even boxing. There's fighting outside the ring as well.
July 27, 2010: "InDRUpendence Day," the group's first independent album, is released and debuts at No. 30 on Billboard.
Dru Hill: A timeline
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