Danity Kane serves haters a glass of "Lemonade" on new song
Danity Kane serves up something refreshing with their comeback single "Lemonade."
It looks like it's going to be one hot summer, and Danity Kane just served up something to keep you cool and refreshed with their comeback single "Lemonade," which was released at midnight on Wednesday, May 14.
"Lemonade" is the kind of icy blend of Pop&B that the group mastered on their first two albums and features a guest spot from Tyga. Over pounding drums, snaps and a sample courtesy of Clipse's "Grindin'," the comeback kids take on the haters during the almost five-minute track. "Ohh, these haters got a sour-a** look upon their face/ Lemonade, lemonade, lemonade, lemonade/ Ooh, they looking so thirsty/ They might just need a drink," DK croons during the track's chorus.
Danity Kane hooked up with The Stereotypes for "Lemonade" and it's no surprise, since the production team also worked on their 2008 VMA-nominated hit "Damaged."
Even though the girls are all up in your face on the hip-hop anthem, the cover art for the single is more on the cutesy side with three girls hanging outside their lemonade stand. Word of Danity Kane's new track lit up social media. Despite startling silence from one of their members Aundrea Fimbres, the other girls took to their accounts to share the new song and give thanks to all those that helped make the movement happen. Just hours after unveiling the song, the group made Twitter's trending topic list. At time of press, Danity Kane was also on Facebook's trending list.
Next up for Danity Kane is the launch of their national #DKNoFilter tour, which kicks off Friday, May 16, in San Francisco. It was also announced that the group will take part in LA Pride as performers for the festival on Sunday.
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