Danity Kane Is Hemorrhaging People But They Won’t Quit [VIDEO]
On Saturday, the much speculated news regarding Danity Kane was confirmed. Member Aundrea Fimbres would be departing. However, it was not due to any disagreements or in-group bickering. The Making The Band star had other news to share.
At the first show on their “No Filter” tour, Fimbres herself took to the stage to let the world know that she was engaged and pregnant. As a result, she would not be able to continue on with the group. Here’s what she had to say:
“It’s time for me to start the next chapter of my life. I know there’s been a lot of rumors, but I just want you to know from me, I’m so happy that I’ve been on stage with the wonderful girls of Danity Kane. These girls have been working their butts off to give you some amazing new music. They are going to kill it for you, while I go have some babies.”
Now that the cat is out of the bag, the three surviving ladies of Danity Kane took to the stage and showed everyone that they don’t need 5 members to make it work. They showed all of the “shades” of DK by performing three of their new songs. “Rhythm of Love” is a decidedly heavy-synth dance track.
Their much hyped song “Rage” is like if Taylor Swift actually matured and got her grown woman on.
To cap things off, they performed their comeback single “Lemonade”.
In all three instances, the industry vets showed their vocal and personal cohesion, proving that this newly packaged group has not lost any of the drive, talent, or ambition that earned them a spot in the group in the first place.
What do you think of Danity Kane as a trio? Tell us in the comments section below!
Want More Convos Like This One?
Latest posts by Daren W. Jackson (see all)
- A primer on how to actually support a Black TV show - September 25, 2017
- Shonda Rhimes is right: the 2017 Emmys were “embarrassing” - September 19, 2017
- On Nnedi Okorafor and when Hollywood values our work but erases our names - September 14, 2017
- The definitive list of the 9 most slept on Black films of the 2000s - September 4, 2017
- Why we speak up when Hollywood whitewashes our favorite characters of color - August 30, 2017