The third single, "Drive Me Wild", was another minor hit. Their self-titled album, Vanity 6 (which would turn out to be their only release) was eventually certified gold.
In 1981, Prince, himself a rising musical star, suggested that his three female friends—his girlfriend Susan Moonsie, Boston native Brenda Bennett, and Jamie Shoop form a girl group that would be called "The Hookers".
The second single, "Nasty Girl", was a hit on both the U. "Nasty Girl" was also featured in the 1983 sex-comedy Private School.
During the group's existence, members sometimes provided backing vocals on Prince's albums.
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