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TLC's debut album, chiefly written by Dallas Austin and Lisa Lopes, consisted of playful lyrics, with some female-empowering songs.
It was characterized by Watkins' tenor vocals, Thomas's alto vocals and Lopez's soprano raps.
All three members of TLC are considered irreplaceable by the other members, and each of them has contributed equally to the group.
Following Lopes' death in 2002, instead of replacing her, the remaining members chose to continue as a duo.
The group's accolades include four career Grammy Awards, five MTV Video Music Awards and five Soul Train Music Awards.
Twenty years after their debut, TLC was honored with Outstanding Contribution to Music at the 17th MOBO Awards and Legend Award at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards Japan.
Watkins continued to battle her condition and eventually became a spokesperson for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America in the late 1990s.
She was hospitalized, Lopes and Thomas stayed with her and some concerts were cancelled.
as well as the seventh most successful act of the 1990s.
The album was a critical and commercial success, being certified quadruple-platinum for shipments of four million copies in the United States.
It scored three top-ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg", "Baby-Baby-Baby" (peaked at number two), and "What About Your Friends", as well as the top 30 single "Hat 2 Da Back".
On June 30, 2017, they released their final album TLC; they have clarified that they will not split up following the album's release and will continue to perform together.
In 1990, Atlanta, Georgia–based record producer Ian Burke and one of his clients, a teenager named Crystal Jones, came up with a concept for a girl group with a tomboyish, hip-hop image, similar to the blend of contemporary R&B and hip hop music of new jack swing act Bell Biv De Voe.