Aundrea Fimbres and Danity Kane have blasted back onto the music scene with a dancetastic song that sounds like a blast from the past…
The 30-year-old Mexican American singer and the members of her all-girl group, who announced they were reuniting last August, have released their new track.
Entitled “Bye Baby,” the song has a ‘70s R&B feel and features Fimbres and the gang singing about saying adios to their men.
“‘Cause baby there’s more, more, more out there to love than just you/ Since I can afford more, I don’t have to settle for you/ But don’t cry baby,” sing Fimbres, Aubrey O’Day, Shannon Bex and Dawn Richard in the catchy chorus.
Last month, Danity Kane debuted a new song called “All in a Day’s Work” during their first show in five years in Los Angeles. Both new songs will be featured in their comeback album, which is currently still being finalized.
They’ve been working on new material in the studio with several hitmakers like The Stereotypes, Da Internz, The Underdogs, Ester Dean, James Fauntleroy and Rob Knox.
Danity Kane officially announced their reunion during the MTV Video Music Awards in August. D. Wood, the only original member of the group who didn’t join the reunion, said that she would be focusing on her own music while supporting her former bandmates.
However, in late December, D. Wood said that she was excluded from the reunion, saying that she would love to rejoin her friends but she was never invited. She also revealed that she had tried to re-form the band, but was always met with resistance.