D. Woods releases a music video for, “Find Your Way,” a record that supports her new film, Blackbird.
Former Danity Kane member D. Woods may be solo, but she has a message for those who thought she would give up on “Call It Quits.”
As Danity Kane reunites without her, D. Woods moves ahead with her solo offerings, this one for the season as she puts her spin on Wham!âs 1980âs classic âLast Christmasâ
D. Woods may not be with Danity Kane, but thatâs because sheâs working on her own thing. Enter âGold Mine,â her new single from her upcoming My Favorite Color, Volume 2 EP.
Produced by Atlantaâs Travis Cherry and written by Woods, she advocates using her âassetsâ to gain upward mobility.
When D. Woods did not appear at the Danity Kane reunion lunch it sparked the question, what is she doing with her career?
Just because you don’t see D. Woods hanging with former Danity Kane member Aubrey O’Day, that doesn’t mean she is scared to get crunk and party all night long.
The “2 The Bottom” singer’s club-theme track, produced newcomer DClax, is defined by Woods as “The phrase â2 the Bottomâ sums up the night of your life, saving nothing for the morning after.”
In order to follow your dreams, you have to break the rules of conventional thinking. D. Woods recognized her desire to create music at an early age along with sister and Young Money artist Shanell.
Former Danity Kane member D. Woods drop new single entitled “Lady In The Street” …