TLC released their 4th album “3D” this week, 14 years ago on November 12, 2002!
Rush released by LA Reid after the passing of Left Eye, the ladies had limited time to grieve, and went into the studio with Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Timbaland, The Neptunes, Raphael Saadiq and regular producers Dallas Austin and Babyface.
The album birthed the smash singles “Girl Talk”, “Damaged” and “Hands Up”. It also featured “Turntable”, the bittersweet tribute to Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes.
Producers had limited Left Eye vocals to work with, so the album features a lot of verses taken from Lisa’s 2001 solo album, “Supernova”.
LA Reid held onto tracks Lisa worked on with TLC and Raphael Saadiq like “Its On”, “Us” and “Watch The World” for release on another album, which never came to light.
14 years later, TLC are ready to bless the world with another masterpiece, scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2017!
The Legacy Continues.