From The Vault: Blaque – ‘Bring It All To Me’

Published: Sunday 6th Jan 2019 by Joe

This week, From The Vault journeys back two decades to a time when R&B trio Blaque blazed the scene with the infectious ‘Bring It All To Me.’

Join us after the jump…

Issued as the second single from the ladies self-titled debut album, the track was produced by L.E.S. and Cory Rooney. Its official remix featured the soulful (and criminally underrated) vocals from *NSYNC’s original leading man JC Chasez, but is credited to the band as a whole.

The jam was a chart hit in the US peaking at #5, their second Top 10 following debut single ‘808’ which aptly reached the 8th position on the charts.


Bille Woodruff directed the banger’s futuristic video that was in many ways very reminiscent of what iconic band TLC was putting at the end of the 90’s. Of note, given that the ladies were signed to Left Eye Productions.


To say that Blaque had potential would be a huge understatement. From the vocals and material to the sass and aesthetic, they embodied the newfound identity of R&B in the 00s and did so with finesse.

With member Shamari DeVoe warming audiences as the latest addition to the cast of ‘The Real Housewives Of Atlanta,’ hopefully we see her go back to her first love.

In the here and now, though, salute to Blaque for this timeless bop that still sounds fresh 20 years later.

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  1. TC January 6, 2019

    Loved the song and love the group … hopefully we will get to hear their 3rd album Torch!

  2. thanosoftitan January 6, 2019

    My fav Blaque song is from the Honey soundtrack, it’s called “I’m Good.”

  3. Erica January 6, 2019

    Blaque “Questions” is literally they best song ever!!

    • Dt88 January 7, 2019

      Yes that song is just by Brandi Williams of Blaque

  4. RC_81 January 7, 2019

    One of these ladies sadly passed away in 2012, so hope of a true reunion is impossible :o( Great track though and they definately had potential!

    • Caleb January 7, 2019

      It’s crazy. Reed was the rapper of the group like Left Eye was in TLC and she died 10 years after.

  5. The Truth January 7, 2019

    I will love them FOREVER.

    A true gem in R&B,

  6. Caleb January 7, 2019

    This is still my jam. I play it like it’s new. Rip Natina Reed.

  7. ERIC January 7, 2019

    My favorite Blaque song, followed by “I’m Good”.

  8. L’ORANGE January 7, 2019

    I love the song “I’m Good” and “Temperature”

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