Remembering the 90's

An Era of Great Significance



TLC is one of the biggest selling female music groups of all time. With tons of hit records and awards under their belts, they have set many musical records.

These three women gained tremendous popularity during the 1990s with their catchy tunes and their funky style after releasing their debut album, “Ooooooohhh… On the TLC Tip”, in 1992. From the very beginning they were individuals, trendsetters. There wasn’t and still isn’t a group quite like TLC.

With a style and a sound all of their own, TLC gave the world of music something great. They gave it uniqeness. From T-Boz’s one of a kind raspy voice to Chili’s smooth and sweet singing voice and finally to Left Eye’s incomparable rapping skills, these girls were a hit with everyone back then and they are still a hit with us now. They were all great talents, both together and individually and that is why it was possible for them  to provide us all with  music that spoke to and moved us.

TLC’s music makes you immediately wanna dance and sing along. Their music is feel-good music, no doubt. Even in this day and time, a TLC record can take you back to the 90s in an instant.

All together the girls had 3 hit albums during the 90s and 2 more afterwards:

"Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip" (1992)

“Ooooooohhh… On the TLC Tip” album hits included, “Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg”, “Hat 2 da Back”, “What About Your Friends” and “Baby, Baby, Baby”.

"Crazy, Sexy, Cool" (1994)

“Crazy, Sexy, Cool” album hits included, “Creep”, “Diggin’ On You”, “Red Light Special” and “Waterfalls”.

"Fanmail" (1999)

“Fanmail” album hits included, “No Scrubs”, “Unpretty”, “Dear Lie”, and “Silly Ho”.

"TLC 3D" (2002)

“3D” album hits included, “Girl Talk”, “Turntable”, “Hands Up” and “Damaged”.

"TLC Now & Forever: The Hits" (2004)

“Now & Forever: The Hits” album is a combination of  just about all of the group’s past hit records such as, “Creep” and “No Scrubs“, and a few unreleased/bonus tracks. The bonus tracks include, “Come Get Some” ft. Lil’ Jon and Sean Paul  of Young BloodZ and “Whoop De Woo”, which was leftover from 3D album recording sessions.
 TLC will forever be in our musical hearts. We love them. They have set the bar very high and cannot be replaced, ever. Through great times and even tragedy such as the loss of group member, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes in 2002, TLC has remained an amazing inspiration to us all.