T-Boz says everyone the pair has invited into the studio has accepted
The surviving members of the R&B group TLC are pulling out the stops for their first new music in over a decade. Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas tell "Entertainment Weekly" that they have enlisted numerous artists for the group's first album since their 2002 record 3D, which was released seven months after the death of Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes.
The duo reveals that Drake, Ne-Yo and J. Cole are among the artists they are planning to work with to craft their newest jams. T-Boz says everyone the pair has invited into the studio has accepted, something she calls "amazing."
New music isn't the only thing TLC fans have to look forward to. Earlier this week. the group signed on to perform at this year's Mixtape Festival on July 27th in Hershey, Pennsylvania. T-Boz and Chilli are also slated to pick up a "Legend Award" at Japan's MTV Video Music Awards on June 22nd.
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