TLC Readies First Album In 14 Years
The last time TLC released a body of work, 2002's 3D, it was in tribute to the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, who had died tragically in a car crash only seven months prior. Though it was their least successful album in terms of sales, the album served as a musical eulogy to Lopes, wrangling the likes of Timbaland, The Neptunes, Rodney Jerkins and more for their first album since 1999's FanMail.
Last year, TLC launched a Kickstarter campaign that exceeded their requisite $100,000 nearly four times over and insured that we would be hearing from the surviving members on wax once more. And while fans held their breath over whether they'd follow through, band manager, Bill Diggins, revealed that the band had 15 songs in the bag and that "the best is definitely yet to come." Suppose we'll see what comes of it, but for now, it appears that TLC is slated to release their first album in 14 years. No release date or track listing for the album has made way just yet, but we imagine they'll be arriving in due time.
So it appears we're no longer chasing waterfalls. We'll see it how all plays out in the months ahead.