Lady Gaga New Song With TLC? Maybe, If 'Record Company People' Don't Get In Their Way
By Staff Writer | September 05, 2013 01:47 PM EDT
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Eleven years after Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes' death, TLC is planning to release a new album with hopes of Lady Gaga getting in on a song.
Gaga co-wrote "Posh Life," that may be included on TLC's upcoming LP that they worked on with producer Dallas Austin. According to "Oh No They Didn't," T-Boz and Chilli said Mother Monster wrote the song for herself but gave it to them when she realized it sounded too much like a TLC song.
"She was like, 'I don't want to disrespect the girls,' so we were like, 'Let's sing it and see how it goes. I mean, you wrote it.' It was so funny [hearing] her [sing] like us, so hilarious," T-Boz said. "I was just like, why not sing it then? And she was just like so excited and we're excited."
The only thing that might be standing in the way of the collaboration are those music executives.
"She wants to," T-Boz explained, crossing her fingers. "You know them record company people. If it was up to the artist, all three of us are down. So we'll see what happens."
The album is said to be released October 15th. TLC stress that it is not a "greatest hits" album.
"We wouldn't call it a 'Greatest Hits'; a lot of people are saying that for some reason," T-Boz told MTV News after presenting Drake's performance at the 2013 VMAs. "We rerecorded all of our old hits and we'll have some additional new — hopefully — hits and smashes too."
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