TLC & Snoop Dogg Take It Way Back For The Group’s 1st Video In 14 Years

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As T-Boz sings on TLC’s recent single, “Way Back,” it’s been a long, long time comin’ for the legendary group’s return. With Chilli in tow, the iconic group will release the long-awaited album first announced in 2016 later this month. In April, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas delighted millions of fans when naming June 30 as the official release date for their as-yet-unnamed follow-up to 2002’s 3D. April also marked the 15th anniversary of the death of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, whose memory will surely be acknowledged on the forthcoming LP.

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That same month, the Grammy-winning singers dropped a Snoop Dogg-assisted single, “Way Back,” an homage to the 1990s R&B on which they first built their brand. In the video released today (June 6), T-Boz and Chilli groove at a backyard BBQ with throwback-inspired clothing, a low rider, and other elements that make the LCR$-directed “Way Back” both timely and nostalgic.

Premiering at People, the music video is TLC’s first in a decade and a half; the group’s last video was 2003’s “Damaged.”