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TLC is gearing up for the release of their final album TLC on June 30th and hit us with the second single ‘Haters.’

Bringing the title to life, T-Boz & Chilli call out their “haters” & naysayers in this empowering new single, while promoting self-confidence in the process. “Haters gonna hate / People gon’ say what they gon’ say / We don’t care about that anyway,” they sing.

Album Tracklisting
1. “No Introduction”
2. “Way Back” feat. Snoop Dogg
3. “It’s Sunny”
4. “Haters”
5. “Perfect Girls”
6. “Interlude”
7. “Start a Fire”
8. “American Gold”
9. “Scandalous”
10. “Aye Muthafucka”
11. “Joy Ride”
12. “Way Back” [Extended Version] feat. Snoop Dogg

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After scoring the highest cable television movie for CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story bringing in 4.5 million total viewers, TLC has unleashed their new video for “Meant To Be” a track off their 20th anniversary album written by Ne-Yo. The clip shows T-Boz and Chilli recording the song in the studio with Ne-Yo, along with footage of them throughout the years.


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It’s been over a decade since TLC has been together as a group in the US but with their new TV movie CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, airing on Vh1 in October and a new album arriving as well  the group has reunited along with Lil Mama as a guest to fill in for the late Left Eye. The biggest selling female act performed some of their classic hits including “No Scrubs,” “Baby Baby Baby,” “Ain’t To Proud To Beg” and more for a packed house full of their longtime fans at the Mixtape Festival in Hersey Park.


No Scrubs

Baby, Baby Baby

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MTV VMAJ 2013 honored iconic girl group TLC with the “Legend Award” on Saturday, June 22, at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Fans across the country tuned in across various time zones to catch the group accepting the award, and taking the stage to perform a medley of their most-requested hits. In addition to receiving the award, the group released a special Japan 20th anniversary edition of select songs including, a re-make of their 1995 chart-topping single “Waterfalls” featuring Japanese pop star Namie Amuro.

“It is an extreme honor for us to accept this award. The last person to receive the “Legend Award” was Michael Jackson back in 2006. We are humbled and so thankful to our Japanese fans who have continued to support TLC over the years,” Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins says. Although the “Waterfalls” re-make received rave reviews, and was instantly a top ten single-several media outlets reported negative commentary from the family of Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes, because of her absence on the record. “Our re-make of “Waterfalls” was a tribute to our sister Lisa, who actually co-wrote “Waterfalls” with Marqueze Etheridge. We don’t own the Master recording rights to Lisa’s raps on any of our music, and our requests to gain the rights so far have been denied. With the Japanese anniversary edition, we were forced to use creative ways to honor Lisa’s memory and celebrate this milestone with our fans,” Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas explains. “Lisa met Namie with us back in 1999 and she knew how much of a TLC fan Namie is; we were also impressed with how talented she is as a solo artist. Lisa being one of the most creative people I have ever met, would’ve been the first to have other talented artists covering our music. It is a tribute to her memory, and one I know she would appreciate,” Tionne “T-boz” Watkins continues. “Our management reached out to Ron Lopes prior to the record being released, to let him know that Namie would be performing to “Lisa’s” lyrics. We have and always will protect our sister’s legacy as TLC consists of the three of us collectively. Although we have and will collaborate with other artists, there will never be a replacement for Lisa or any members in TLC.”