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In a nutshell: "Haters gonna hate / People gonna say what they say / We don't care about that anyway." Though TLC claim their newest album is their last one, you'll likely be able to catch them performing in concert for years to come. SEVEN DAYS: At last year's installment of I Love the ’90s, Salt-N-Pepa talked about how the power of friendship has been a driving force in their career. We had a photo shoot, and I didn't want Lisa to touch my arm. I felt like because I didn't want them to touch me they kept touching me. I knew what was going on in reality — [but] I was like, "I see it." The picture captured something special. I used to tell them, "Y'all, there's gonna be a movie about us one day." And we didn't have one story to tell yet. We always say, "When we're not nervous anymore going on stage, and when it starts really feeling like work, it's time to stop." But we're not there yet! With everything that's been going on in our world — that was the inspiration. " As far as the lyrical content, we always stay true to us and talk about things that are going on. We have a [new] song called "Perfect Girl." It's kind of like a cousin of "Unpretty." It doesn't sound anything like "Unpretty," but it's still talking about self-love and encouraging girls to love themselves and to know that we're not perfect. But I think that a little mystery is good, you know what I'm saying? A lot of people find out that your politics are different than theirs, and [that] this is different and that's different. I don't like that part of [social media], the pure openness.
What role has friendship played in the choices TLC has made over the years? SD: Your new song, "American Gold," feels really timely. When we went in to record our album, I was like, "Where is the great lyrical content? [On] Instagram, we all like our bright lighting and all that kind of stuff. I don't think that being so exposed is a good thing. There are some artists [who have] more people [caring] about what's going on in their personal life than the next song they're going to put out or the next movie they're going to be in.
It's a perfect update on what we all love and expect from them: danceable jams with a socially conscious message. We always say our relationship is like a marriage that you can't get out of. I'll never forget the first time I saw the chemistry between the three of us. I really would like to not be on social media at all. Or, [if] someone's doing something morally bad — it's like, whatever. And sometimes I've jumped in the crowd — and I'm not lying — this one place, I jumped into the crowd and they just held me.
"American Gold" paints a particularly timely picture of contemporary life with lyrics such as "Pride starts wars" and "I cry for the ones I lost." The lead single, "Haters," makes a simple, definitive statement about who they are and how they see their career. We weren't getting along, and at that time I didn't like either one of them. Not that I don't want to interact with my fans, because that's the part I do love so much. Whatever you love about them, they do that thing well and it brings joy into your life. RT: They can expect an explosion of energy — not only from us but [from] our band, our dancers and our outfits. You'll never see TLC onstage with just some jeans and hot top. When Halloween rolls around, you'll have more choices. If you ever see us onstage with some jeans and just a shirt — please know it's rehearsals or something.
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