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Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE
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"D.Woods is your Lady In The Streets"

The world watched D.Woods blossom from a reality star hopeful all the way to a multi-platinum selling memBEr of what was slated to BE one of the biggest girl groups known to man. Although it looks like we’ve seen the final ups and downs of Danity Kane; one thing’s for sure, you’re just seeing the BEginnings of D.Woods‘ raw unadulterated talent.
D has always BEen a friend to BE Magazine, and we’ve BEen privileged to get an up-close and personal look at her experience as a major & independent artist, from her BEginnings with Danity Kane and Girls Club, all the way to her Independence Days as a solo threat. Not only has she managed to overcome what could have BEen the an extremely tragic situation (walking out on her boss Diddy), she’s singlehandedly kept afloat in this dog eats dog industry. - Jason Dinsmore

"D Woods – Lady In The Street (Hosted by DJ Trauma) | Mixtape Freeload"

Former Danity Kane member D. Woods unleashes her mixtape, Lady In The Street, hosted by DJ Trauma. If you no longer remember (or simply don’t know) who or what a Danity Kane is, all you really need to know is D. Woods was one of the best vocalists in it.
The mixtape features appearances from her sister Shanell, Mack Maine (both from Young Money), former labelmates Willy and Brian (from another defunct Diddy project, Day26) and Rick Ross. Definitely worth a download if you like R&B that sounds like R&B. - Tahirah Edwards Byfield

"New Music: D.Woods Lady In The Street Mixtape"

Some girls are ladies in the street, but a freak in the bed—but former Danity Kane member D. Woods chooses to keep it out of the bedroom on her new mixtape Lady in the Street, hosted by DJ Trauma. The tape, which spotlights her solo abilities, sees her getting some help from Day26's Will and Brian, her sister Shanell, Mika Means, Rick Ross, Mack Maine, and more, while producers Soundz, J-Lack, Pooh Bear, and Black Frost offer up their best fare. Check out this class act’s new joint below.

- www.rap-up.com

"D. Woods Visits "The Monique Show""

Triple threat D. Woods, formerly of Diddy's girl group Danity Kane, stopped by The Mo'Nique Show last night and discussed what she learned from Diddy, her new label and new album, The Gray Area. If you missed D. Woods' stellar performance, no need to fret because we've got you covered! - www.roc4life.com

"The Roots Jam is Grammy Week's Best Party"

The 6th Annual Roots Jam Session was absolutely on fire from midnight on. It hit me while watching from the crowd that, without any shade of gimmickry or second fiddling, The Roots are simply the best jam band around. And I don’t mean that in the Phish or even Grateful Dead sense, but in terms of amazing live collaborative improvisation and all around on-stage teamwork that stretches beyond into an industry family that runs the musical gamut. Last night’s line-up of wall-to-wall Grammy winners and nominees—from John Legend to Mos Def to Foreign Exchange—cut loose for three hours.
Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson, the Twitterati luminary with over a million followers barely put his drum sticks down the whole night, seemingly only to tweet a few updates. Meanwhile lyricist Black Thought paired with Mos Def and other MCs throughout the night, but this was far more than a hip-hop show. D. Woods from Diddy’s Danity Kane, after asking the crowd if she do some alternative rock, unleashed a stellar Linda Perry a la Four Non Blonde’s “What’s Up”. - Raymond Leon Roker

"The 6th Annual ROOTS JAM SESSION once again rocks Grammy Weekend with an eclectic mix of top artists uniting for an evening of impromptu jams and the launch of GREEN MUSIC GROUP"

The 2010 Roots Jam was once again the place to be the night before the Grammys with attendees including The Jonas Brothers, Common, Slash, Ryan Philippe, Elizabeth Banks, Nick Swardson, Jason Biggs, Sean Paul, Asher Roth, Mena Suvari, Kelsey Grammar, comedian George Lopez, Macy Gray, One Tree Hill’s Kate Voegele, Heroes’ James Kyson Lee, Destiny’s Child ‘s Michelle Williams, and Grammy-Nominee for Best new Artist: Keri Hilson, and performances by The Legendary Roots Crew with Estelle, Mos Def, Jay Electronica, Mack Maine, Scott Storch, Shanell, D.Woods, Ledisi, Bilal, Foreign Exchange, Crystal Antlers, Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda and John Legend.
- Keldof.com


Lady In The Street Mixtape
Legalize Me single
Legalize Me video
Independence Day vol.1-2
Welcome to the Dollhouse
Danity Kane (self-titled album)



D. Woods discovered her love for performing at an early age while growing up in Springfield, Massachusetts. Woods went on to attended well-known performing arts high school Tri-Cities High School for Visual and Performing Arts in Atlanta, Georgia where she now resides. It was here that D.Woods was further exposed to the art of performing through studying the art of dance in modern contemporary, ballet, West African and Hip Hop. Woods later attend the prestigious The Alvin Ailey School and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, both in New York City, where she underwent extensive vocal and acting training and has also studied abroad in Havana Cuba. Her love for performing landed her in countless productions across the U.S. and as far as West and South Africa, including several off-broadway theater productions. Woods also stinted as an intern with Spike Lee's 40 Acres and a Mule Production Company.
Woods became a familiar face in the industry touring and appearing in several music videos with major recording artists such as Bow Wow, Lloyd, Avant, Snoop Dogg, Letoya Luckett and Jay-Z as a background dancer. n 2007, Woods made a cameo appearance in the box office smash "Stomp the Yard".
But it was Woods’ time on MTV’s Diddy’s Making the Band 3 that made her a household name. It was here that D. Woods went on to achieve chart-topping and Platinum success with the five-member pop/R&B all girl group sensation Danity Kane. The group’s first self-titled album debuted in late 2006 at #1 on the Billboard charts with the popular single “Showstopper”. The album sold 234,000 units in the first week. Their sophomore album, Welcome to the Dollhouse, debuted with similar success in 2008 at #1 on the Billboard charts again making Danity Kane the first female group to have two #1 album debuts for their first and second albums. It was her powerful vocals that drove hit singles like “RIde For You” and “Damaged”. And it was her colorful personality that brought the flavor to hits such as the single “Showstopper”. Flexing her writing skills, Woods wrote several songs for Danity Kane (“Striptease”, “Secret Place”, “Picture This”,“Flashback”, “Ain’t Going”), as well as penning hits for other artist such as Gorilla Zoe (“You Don’t Know Me”), B5 (“You Don’t Know”) and Young Capone (“Choosing” feat. Mario).
After a highly publicized departure from Danity Kane in 2008, Woods channeled the energy surrounding it all and focused in on her fans. Today she continues to give her fans a glimpse into her own style and artistry. In 2009,Woods released her debut single as a solo artist, “Legalize Me” and recieved rave reviews performing the track on BET's late night sensation The Monique Show. In 2010, D. Woods set out on what would be her greatest accomplishment yet towards solidifying herself as an industry staple with the launch of her own independent label, Woodgrane Entertainment. And in early 2010, Woods released the Lady in the Streets mixtape, a prelude to her forthcoming fulllength
LP, “The Gray Area”.