TLC Promote Body Positivity in 'Haters' Video"Haters gonna hate/ People gonna say what they say/ But we don’t care about that anyway."
TLC Drop 'Way Back' Video Featuring Snoop DoggThis single is the first track off the group's self-titled new album, which is set to arrive June 30.
TLC's Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas Says 'All Lives Matter'Chilli uttered the three words that no supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement want to hear — "All lives matter."
TLC Hire Snoop Dogg for 'Way Back,' the First Song Off their New Album"Way Back" also marks the first number the band has dropped since their Christmas cut "Gift-Wrapped Kiss," which came out in December 2014.
TLC to Headline I Love The 90’s TourSugar Ray’s Mark McGrath, Naughty by Nature, Biz Markie, Montell Jordan, C+C Music Factory with Freedom Williams and SNAP! round out the bill.
Katy Perry Helps TLC Reach Funding Goal for AlbumIt's official - T-Boz and Chilli of TLC will make a final album thanks to their Kickstarter campaign they announced on Twitter just two days ago.
New Kids on the Block Announce Tour with TLC and NellyNKOTB will donate 10 grand to TLC's Kickstarter fund to help pay for their new album.
TLC Launches Kickstarter to Fund Final AlbumTLC is the latest group to take to crowdsourcing in order to give new music to their fans.
TLC to Rihanna: 'Every Time I See You, You Don't Have to Be Naked'"When there's no changing the fact that I'm me, and they're well… they're them."
Former TLC Manager Pebbles Sues Viacom for $40 MillionPerri “Pebbles” Reid is suing media giant Viacom over her depiction in the "Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story" documentary that aired on VH1 in 2013.
VH1 Claims TLC Movie Was 'Fictionalized Portrayal,' According to PebblesPebbles is feeling pretty vindicated today (Nov. 13) thanks to a statement VH1 made about their recent TLC biopic. She was so happy in fact, that she released a press release about it.
Review: The TLC Biopic 'Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story'And just as TLC’s career went, so did the movie that detailed it, blurring lines between what was fictionalized and what was real footage.