TLC is the self-titled fifth studio album by American girl group TLC, released on June 30, 2017, by their newly formed label 852 Musiq. TLC partnered with various distribution companies: Sony Music RED (North America), Liberation Music (Australia), Warner Music Group (Japan), and Cooking Vinyl (the rest of the world). TLC is mainly a pop and R&B album with 1990s music influences. It is their first studio album in 15 years, since the 2002 release of 3D.
In a spoken interlude midway through their debut album, teen R&B trio Blaque protest comparison to TLC. Never mind that everything from attitude to production on Blaque owes a lot to that zillion-selling act and that the group is a collective protégé of TLC's Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes. Not that there's anything wrong with that; in fact, while hardly earthshaking, the disc is a stylish entry in 1999's soul stakes. Blaque's material isn't always top-drawer, but several cuts make real marks, particular. TLC is an American musical trio whose repertoire spanned R, hip hop, soul, funk, and new jack swing. Originally consisting of singer Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, rapper Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes and singer Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, the group found success in the 1990s.
TLC was immediately set up to go into the studio with Reid and Edmonds, Dallas Austin, Jermaine Dupri, and Marley Marl producing their first album 1992–1993: Ooooooohhh. On the TLC Tip and early success. On the TLC Tip, was released on February 25, 1992, by LaFace/Arista Records
Listen to music from TLC like No Scrubs, Waterfalls & more. TLC is an R&B group which was originally formed in 1990 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. For most of their career, the group consisted of singers Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozanda "Chili" Thomas, and rapper/songwriter Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes. The group disbanded in 2003, following Lopes' death the previous year, but reunited as a duo in 2008.
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TLC had a handful of early 90's hits, from "Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg" to "What About Your Friends" to "Baby-Baby-Baby," before releasing "Creep" in 1994. Yet the lead single from sophomore album CrazySexyCool became the R&B trio's first ubiquitous smash and No. 1 single on Billboard Hot 100; spending four weeks at the chart's summit, "Creep" stepped down from No. 1 in February 1995, but was eventually followed by an even bigger TLC hit, "Waterfalls," which was No. 1 for seven weeks later that year.