TLC premieres single from comeback album

/ 07:15 PM April 17, 2017

TLC. Image: AFP Relaxnews

A new track called “Way Back” has been revealed from the upcoming fifth album by ’90s group TLC.

TLC member T-Boz tweeted ahead of the track’s premiere on iHeartRadio and revealed that it would feature Snoop Dogg. “Way Back” has since been made available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play.


The group’s 1990s R&B sound is in full force on the single, in which the two remaining TLC members, T-Boz and Chili, reminisce about old times.

After a successful fundraising campaign on Kickstarter, TLC’s as-yet-untitled comeback album has been set for release on June 30. A post on the campaign page earlier this month asked fans to weigh in on the title: “We need your help… let’s hear your suggestions for the album title! Tionne and Chilli are still undecided so looking to you for inspiration.”


The duo recently revealed they will perform their first-ever United Kingdom show on May 9, at London’s Koko.

This summer, they’ll headline the second edition of the “I Love the ’90s” tour, which will visit destinations throughout the United States and give fans a chance to hear material from the new album. They’ll be joined by Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath, Naughty by Nature, Biz Markie, Montell Jordan, All-4-One and C&C Music Factory, among other groups of 1990s fame. JB


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