The success of Straight Outta Compton, which was No. 1 at the box office for the third straight week, has reminded Hollywood that people are suckers for movies about the music they love.
“Don’t go chasin’ waterfalls, please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to.”
After “If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends,” it may be the most important piece of ’90s music advice – and it has guided us for two decades now.
Jonathan Knight is taking the road to recovery step by step.
The New Kids on the Block singer took to Twitter on Saturday night to announce that he wouldn’t be able to perform in that night’s concert in Los Angeles due to a tour bus injury.
You remember TLC. Everyone remembers TLC: “Waterfalls,” “No Scrubs,” “Unpretty,” “Creep.”
Despite their iconic library of ’90s music, TLC – which has consisted of duo Chilli and T-Boz following Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes’s tragic death in a 2002 car crash – hasn’t released an album of new material for nearly 13 years.
How’s this for a kick of nostalgia?
In a move that’s sure to leave ’80s and ’90s kids reeling, New Kids on the Block just announced that they’re embarking on another summer tour – with TLC and Nelly!
Pause Hocus Pocus for a moment and take a listen to Bette Milder’s newest creation.
To help promote her upcoming album It’s the Girls! – out Nov. 4 – Midler, 68, released a surprising single: a cover of TLC’s hit track “Waterfalls.”
Lisa “Left Eye, whose dexterous raps took the smooth R&B of TLC to another level, would have been 43 on Monday.
Since her untimely death in a car crash in Honduras in 2002, Lopes’s legend has only grown – let’s celebrate her birthday by taking a look at her most famous verses.
The Super Bowl means epic football and even more epic ads, but it also means epic music, and we’re not just talking about the halftime show.