Vocalists Shannon Bex and Aubrey O’Day formed Dumblonde following a second break up of Danity Kane, that was announced in August 2014. While ex-DK partner Dawn Richard continuing to take modern R&B down a left-of-center program, Bex and O’Day do something slightly related with regular dance-pop. They associated with many numbers, including fellow songwriter Candice Pillay and maker Dem Jointz, both of whom had been significant elements in the producing of Dr. Dre’s Compton, and documented a self-titled recording released in Sept 2015. Although songs had been certainly available and filled up with hooks, it didn’t appear as if these were made with very much concern for mainstream reception. Despite minimal fanfare, the individually issued, Universal-distributed arranged debuted at quantity 129 within the Billboard 200 with number three within the publication’s Best Dance/Digital Albums chart.