Named after the famous Druid Hill Park in the Baltimore neighborhood in which they all grew up, Dru Hill were one of the most successful R&B acts of the 1990s. The group scored a staggering number of R&B and pop hits in the later years of the decade, with their Will Smith collaboration, "Wild Wild West," topping the Billboard singles chart. The group created the Dru World Order concept in 1999, with each member recording a solo album for the Def Soul label, and helping to develop new artists as well. Mark "Sisqó" Andrews became the immediate break-out star with his smash single, "Thong Song," from the juggernaut of an album UNLEASH THE DRAGON. The group reunited in 2002 for the DRU WORLD ORDER album, which sold quite well, but effectively marked the end of the band.