Almost 20 years after the release of TLC's hit single, "Creep," an unreleased music video for the track has surfaced.
In the video (shown above) Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas rock some classic '90s threads while dancing in the street and romancing their men. The video also raises the question: Whatever happened to cars with hydraulics?
TLC released "Creep" in 1994, as a single off of the group's hit album, "CrazySexyCool." TLC recorded three music videos for the single, with the Lionel C. Martin-directed clip only making its way online this week.
"Creep" was a major success for TLC. Watkins, Lopes, and Thomas won the Grammy for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group for the song, and it aided "CrazySexyCool" on its road to being certified diamond by RIAA.
The girl group is the subject of an upcoming biopic from VH1. Called “Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story,” the film will focus on TLC's rise to fame. Drew Sidora has signed on to play Watkins, Keke Palmer will play Thomas, and Lil Mama has been pegged to play the late Lopes.
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