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Question 1: The quartet made a name for itself by getting jobs at a local fudge factory, "The Fudgery," at the ________, where they sang and performed to entertain guests while making fudge (this tradition is still a part of "The Fudgery").
Downtown BaltimoreFederal Hill, BaltimoreUnion Square, BaltimoreInner Harbor

Question 2:
Which of the following genres does Dru Hill produce?

Question 3:
Who of the following was previously a member of Dru Hill?
Woody Wolfe
Woody Cunningham.
Woody
Steve "Woody" Woodruff

Question 4:
Which of the following labels did Dru Hill work with?
Broken English Records
Various/Viper
Def Soul
24437

Question 5: Producers such as ________ and Kwamé also made contributions.
Mariah CareyChristina MilianBryan-Michael CoxBow Wow

Question 6:
Who of the following is a current member of Dru Hill?
James F.T. Hood
Dominik Stammen
Tao
Bolt Jenkins

Question 7: Other major influences for the group included Stevie Wonder and 1980s boy band ________.
Bobby BrownNew EditionSean CombsHome Again (New Edition album)

Question 8: All four members would then reunite and record ________, a new Dru Hill album to be released in November 2000.
Enter the DruUnleash the DragonSisqóDru World Order

Question 9: Between their first and second albums, Dru Hill contributed "We're Not Making Love No More", a #2 R&B and #13 Pop hit, to the Soul Food ________.
Till the Clouds Roll BySoundtrackVideo game musicFilm score

Question 10: Stylistically, Dru Hill was the middle-ground between the smooth, gentlemen-like ________ and the self-proclaimed "bad boys of R&B", Jodeci.
Boyz II MenMichael McCaryMotown: A Journey Through Hitsville USAII (Boyz II Men album)







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