Sisqo Talks Career, New Music, Altercations And More On The Breakfast Club

R&B veteran Sisqo takes us down memory lane with career highlights, woes, Dru Hill memories and brings us to the present with his new album.

R&B veteran Sisqó recently stopped by Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to talk with everyone’s favorite morning show. Charlamagne, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy wasted no time asking the crooner about his infamous scuffle with a member of Jagged Edge. Sisqo added some comedy to what happened calling it a tussle and skirmish rather than a fight. He came in good spirits saying he prepared his answers for any jabs that the crew planned to throw at him.

The singer also discussed the ups and downs in his career, issues with then label Def Jam, career rumors, altercations, Dru Hill, and being a trendsetter. Sisqo stated that it was funny how things that he was ridiculed for like his blonde hair and clothing style are now the trend today. Charlamagne joked with him and asked him if he was hard to work with as people had alleged over the years. He also expressed the love and admiration that he and Dru Hill had for R&B pioneer group Jodeci by saying, “I can’t out sing K-Ci not even today. When we came out we tried our best to sound like Jodeci.” He also stated that former member Woody left the group on the set of the Wild Wild West video ( a collab with Will Smith), returned for a second and then quit again while the group was live on air doing a radio station interview. The R&B crooner also revealed that he wasn’t just the star power of the group saying that his band mate Jazz was one of the best singers on the planet. He dropped a lot of information that fans have been interested in knowing over the years, also confirming that his upcoming album The Last Dragon, would be the final piece to the Dragon trilogy. The album, which is led by the Waka Flocka assisted single “A-List,” is set to hit shelves on December 9.

Take a look at the interview below!