New jack bad boys Bobby Brown, Dru Hill featuring Sisqo, and Johnny Gill could be touring together this summer under the Triple Threat tour banner. East Coast promoter Universal Attractions is currently attempting to put together tour dates for this group of '90s hit makers. No word yet on where the tour will kick off or how long the tour will run.
Brown and "Thong Song" singer Sisqo recently competed on the CMT reality show hit Gone Country, which pitted celebrities and artists from other genres against each other for a chance at winning a country music recording deal. Latin heartthrob Julio Iglesias Jr. was the first-season winner.
Brown and Gill were members of influential group New Edition, which staged a reunion tour in 2006 with members Ralph Tresvant, Ricky Bell, Ronny DeVoe, Michael Bivins and Gill doing most of the performances. Brown dropped in for an infamous show at the Essence Music Festival that year. Their last album was 2004's One Love.
Gill, a solo artist before joining the group, released a total of five solo albums, with his third, 1990's Johnny Gill, sparking the hits "My My My" and "Rub You The Right Way." His last set was 1996's Let's Get The Mood Right, before joining Keith Sweat and the late Gerald Levert for two LSG albums in 1997 and 2003.
Dru Hill also attempted to staged a reunion last year, but the project fizzled. Formed in 1995 by high school classmates Jazz, Sisqo, Nokio and Woody, the group debuted in 1996 with a self-titled album that went platinum. The group released 1998's double platinum Enter The Dru, and followed with their final album, 2000's Dru World Order, which featured a fifth member, Scola, and was certified gold.