CHEEKY TUNE’S LEGACY
His risque single lit up the charts in the 1990s, now musician Mark Andrews, better known as Sisqo, is bringing his group to town
people still play it, well, I am flattered and humbled.”
Sisqo looks back on the late ’90s as “an interesting era”.
“We started the whole weird thing – stuff we did back then, it was taboo back then,” he says. “Now it’s the norm.
“You’ve got to wear your hair a different colour (now) or people won’t pay attention.
On this current tour, the singer, dancer, record producer and actor will road test new tracks from his upcoming record, Last Dragon.
“My son was just born in the year of the dragon and I was told by somebody I was a dragon, so then fans started calling me Dragon,” he says.
Sisqo says the record is full of “club bangers”, the first taste being single A-List.
“It’s a no-skipper, in-theclub record,” he says.
“I’ll be dropping some new songs and performing all the classics. There will be a couple of surprises. Just come out and see Dru Hill.” Sisqo & Dru Hill play Paris Nightclub on Saturday night.
Dru Hill features the talents of
singer Sisqo, far right, whose guilty pleasure hit has racked up 29 million views on YouTube.