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The members were Tionne ‘T-Boz’ Watkins, Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes and Rozonda ‘Chilli’ Thomas, who were as dynamic as individuals as they were a collective. (1991) shook up the music scene no end, when it was released at the turn of the 90s.It showcased three pretty young girls, barely out of their 20s, but unwaveringly confident and unafraid to speak on topics of a sexual or controversial nature, without presenting themselves as sexual objects.Musically they also had their own lanes, with T-Boz, as the gravelled-voiced lead singer, Chilli the honey-toned crooner and Lisa, the quirky rapper.And if that wasn’t enough reason to love them, their videos, live shows and group choreography was more breath of fresh air than a warehouse full of polo mints.AINT 2 PROUD 2 BEG Their attire was a uniform of Doc Marten boots, baggy jeans, t-shirts and jackets (usually the brand Cross Colours), which were accessorised with an array of coloured condoms, to promote ‘safe sex’.
Like the title for their 1994 follow-up album stated, Left Eye at her most extreme was the ‘crazy’, Chilli was the ‘sexy’ and T-Boz really was the ‘cool’, even T-Boz’s hair style was cool, and her signature blond short do, with the long bits at the front was one of the most copied styles of the 90s.
All were animated and colourful, while sexy and street, which I absolutely loved.
Without doubt TLC were one of the most prolific music acts to come out of the 90s!
They had it all, the songs, the moves, the look, and the personality!
Most of the lyrics on this album were written by a young Dallas Austin and Left Eye, and production was also handled by L.A Reid and Babyface (whose La Face label the group were signed to), Organised Noise Marley Marl and Jermaine Dupri.