As featured on J. Cole's 'Crooked Smile,' the act logs its first top 10 since 1999.
Celebrated R&B trio TLC logs its first Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs top 10 since 1999, and 10th overall, as J. Cole's "Crooked Smile," on which it's featured, jumps 12-9. The group's last trip to the region was in 1999, when "Unpretty" peaked at No. 4.
As for the most top 10s by female groups since Nielsen data began powering Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in December 1992, TLC passes SWV and now trails only Destiny's Child, which scored 11. TLC has three chart-toppers to its name: "Baby-Baby-Baby" (1992), "Creep" (1994) and "No Scrubs" (1999). With an as-yet-untitled album featuring four new songs due Oct. 15 on Epic, TLC could yet tie, or even break, Destiny's Child record in upcoming months.