Billed on the festival program as "Dru Hill with SISQO," the set began with the group's most famous member taking the stage on his own and running through solo hits like "Incomplete" and the deathless novelty smash "The Thong Song." Soon, the whole group's big, blaring harmonies took over as Nokio, Jazz, and Tao joined Sisqó onstage. At one point, the group took a moment to mention that they were "taking the high road" in reference to Scola, who was briefly the group's fifth member a few years ago but hasn't been a part of the current reunion, although it was unclear what acrimony they were hinting at. The group played as late as Artscape would let them, scraping past the 10 p.m. cutoff to sneak in a new song for fans, running through most of their hits and still neglecting a few (including personal favorite "How Deep Is Your Love"). There's no telling whether the new Dru Hill will ever attack the radio airwaves the way it did in the '90s, but it was clear from Saturday's set that the new Tao-powered lineup can kill it vocally, and there's still a fervent demand for the band's live show, at least here in Baltmore.