The girls took a break after some fallouts and released their third album which was dedicated to their die hard fans who supported the production of the album. The album is rich with R&B and hip-hop songs which fits the modern R&B at that time. The album was a big hit globally and gone 6x platinum in UK.
“No Scrubs” was released to carry the album “Fanmail”. It is a R&B sonh which had hip-hop influence on its music video version, by which the rap verses was taken from pne of thwe tracks from the album. It went to number 1 in United States and other countries.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10
“Unpretty” became the second single off “Fanmail”. The song is a R&B track with pop rock influence with the guitar riffs. I love the song’s theme which was about inner beauty. The song was the second number 1 from the album in the US.
Rate: 9.0 out of 10
“Dear Lie” was the last single from “Fanmail” album. It was a R&B ballad which has a meaning about regrets for lying. The single was less successful in the US only peaked at number 51.
Rate: 8.75 out of 10
TLC reunited with this album “3D”, but was a posthumous for a member, Lisa Lopes after her demise. The album contains more upbeat R&B and hip-hop songs. It wasn’t as successful as their previous album going to number 6 and platinum in United States.
“Girl Talk” became the carrier single off “3D”. The single is an upbeat R&B song with rap verses by Lisa Lopes. The song only charted at the top 30 in US and UK.
Rate: 8.0 out of 10
“Hands Up” had became the second single from “3D”. The slow R&B song failed to chart the Billboard Hot 100.
Rate: 7.25 out of 10
“Damaged” was the final single of “3D”. The song was in pop rock mode, different from their real sound. It peaked at number 53 in United States.
Rate: 8.25 out of 10
Credits: Billboard / OCC / Wikipedia
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