Danity Kane’s ‘DK3′ Mirrors the Group’s Discord
Posted on October 30, 2014
Danity Kane had it all but lost it due to infighting, distrust, and mismanagement. That was 2008. When they reformed (without D. Woods), many thought that the girls had grown up and would be able to transcend the petty stuff. Then there was the “incident” where Dawn allegedly hit Aubrey in the back of the head when she walked in on her and Shannon having a secret meeting without her. Just that quickly Danity Kane fell apart again, this time before the album was even released.
But in reverence to their fans (though more likely for financial and contractual reasons), the group decided to move ahead with the release of their album DK3. The result is a body of work that wears the group’s disharmony on its sleeve.