After churning out colossal hits such as ‘Waterfalls’ and ‘No Scrubs,’ TLC brought their recording to career to an end last year with the release of their self-titled “last” studio album.
The subject of much debate (after being funded by fans), the set didn’t yield the sales hoped and disappeared almost as quickly as it arrived.
Still, with a legacy as profound as TLC’s, the reality is that there’ll always be an audience keen to see them in action. A fact band-member T-Boz is looking to capitalize on…in Las Vegas.
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She made the revelation while on the Steve Harvey Show this week.
There to promote her book ‘The Sick Life,’ the singer reminisced on fond TLC moments while also sharing her future hopes – which includes a Sin City stint.
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While Vegas has been dominated by divas in bedazzled gowns (see: Celine, Mariah, and Cher), recent times have seen less conventional, but equally entertaining names hit the Strip. These include Gwen Stefani, Elton John, the Backstreet Boys, and even Bruno Mars (for a limited engagement). Therefore, we’re sure TLC – if packaged right – could fit the bill.
Ultimately, after almost 3 decades in the business, it’s only fair that legacy acts like TLC are gifted the ability to use their prestige to continue stacking that paper. If anything, it’s the smartest route given how little music (and specifically ”their” music) is selling these days.