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Vocalists
    (1992-2002)
    Born in Atlanta, Georgia
    Members:
    Kandi Burruss (May 17, 1976- )
    Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris (July 14, 1975- ), nee Cottle
    LaTocha Scott (October 2, 1973- )
    Tamika Scott (November 19, 1975- )
    Reunions in 2005 and 2017
    Recorded the albums ‘Hummin’ Comin’ at ‘Cha’ (1993), ‘Off the Hook’ (1995), ‘Traces of My Lipstick’ (1998) and ‘Here for It’ (2018)
    Recorded the singles ‘Just Kickin’ It’ (1993), ‘Understanding’ (1994), ‘Feels So Good’ (1995), ‘Who Can I Run To’ (1995), ‘The Arms of the One Who Loves You’ (1998) and ‘My Little Secret’ (1998)
    Appeared in the Bravo TV documentary ‘Xscape: Still Kickin’ It’ (2017)
    They included a Tameka and a Tamika.
    After they broke up, their members found more success as reality TV stars (Burruss in Real Housewives of Atlanta, Harris in ‘Tiny and Toya’ and ‘T.I. and Tiny’) than as singers.
    Burruss refused to join the 2017 reunion unless she got an apology from Tamika Scott for claiming that Burruss broke up the group by sleeping with label owner Jermaine Dupri. (Burruss admitted to a brief affair with Dupri – ‘It wasn’t deep. We hooked up a couple of times.’ – but insisted it had nothing to do with the group disbanding.)
    Burruss then left the reunited group, with the remaining three styling themselves as ‘XSCAP3’ (2018).
    They made their breakthrough performance at BET’s Teen Summit (1992).
    They recorded three platinum albums.
    Tamika Scott claimed that when she got pregnant, the record label threatened to throw her out of the group fi she did not get an abortion, but she refused (1994).
    Burruss and Harris had success outside the group as songwriters, most notably winning the Grammy for Best R&B Song for TLC’s ‘No Scrubs.’

Credit: C. Fishel


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