New Dru Hill Gets Drop Date

The new Dru Hill record finally has a release date.

The album, called "Enter The Dru," drops October 27, according to a representative from Island Records. The first single, called "How Deep Is Your Love For Me," is already making the rounds on the Internet and appears on the "Rush Hour" soundtrack. The song features a guest appearance from rapper Redman, and the video was shot earlier this month in Hong Kong by director Brett Ratner, the man behind the movie "Money Talks."

This is the Baltimore R&B band's second album. Their self-titled debut hit the chart in mid-1996 and spawned a string of hit singles. The bandmembers -- Sisqo, Nokio, Woody and Jazz -- together four years, all met while still in high school when they worked at a fudge factory and got together to sing for customers. All four members are still under 21.

Aside from record their own project, according to net reports, Dru Hill can also be heard on the pending Miss Jones CD and on Bizzy Bone's new album,

"Unda Covas." Bandmember Sisqo also appears on the song "They Don't Know" from Queen Latifah's latest album, "Order In The Court."

The group has been making some high profile live appearances as well, including the recent Superfest mini-tour and a massive birthday celebration for Nelson Mandela in South Africa.