Since the January release of his fifth studio album, “Masterpiece,” Bobby Brown has been working on a fierce comeback as a solo artist.
Meanwhile, he and his childhood group, New Edition, have also planned to get back together and is planning record together and take to the road once again for an upcoming tour.
The 42-year-old performer shared the good news on ABC’s daily morning women’s talk show, “The View”:
“The good news I want to announce is New Edition has gotten back together,” he said. “Also, we will be doing an album some time in the near future and a big tour, so y’all look forward to that.”
New Edition, initially formed in Boston by Brown and Michael Bivens back in 1978, added members Ronnie DeVoe, Ricky Bell and Ralph Tresvant. They finally made stride in 1984 with their self-titled sophomore album, which later went double platinum.
Brown left the group in 1986 after the rest of the members voted him out due to his behavior.
But now they’re back with something old and maybe something new.