Xscape Docuseries Coming This Fall

Xscape just put on a phenomenal show over the weekend at this year’s Essence Festival but that’s not all we have to look forward to from the 90’s R&B girl’s group. Group member Tameka “Tiny” Harris has confirmed there is an Xscape docuseries in the works that will be released this fall.

“We have a docuseries on Bravo and it’ll be coming out sometime in the fall,” Tiny began. “It is gonna be action packed. It’s a lot going on. It’s a lot of love. We go back down memory lane — we bring it back. I think it’s something definitely to watch,” they told Essence.

The group will team up with reality show giant Mona Scott-Young. The docuseries will air on Bravo.

The group will perform original music in the docuseries but unfortunately the group is NOT working on a new album.

“Back when we were selling music, all of our albums were platinum. We never — as a group — had a flop album, ever,” Kandi began. “This day and age a lot of people aren’t supporting music like they used to. You see artists that come back after all that time and they may sell 100,000 records, which may be a success in today’s atmosphere of the independent game, but that wouldn’t be a success for Xscape. I wouldn’t want to hurt the legacy or not meet the mark of what we’ve already done.”

Xscape decided to take creative control over their story and are excited to share their side of what really happened within the group.

Although a new album is not forseeable, the group will release new music, singles.

“We will re-release some of our music and probably add some new stuff to that,” Kandi told the crowd. Tamika, who chimed in at the end, gave fans the solid confirmation by stating, “Not probably, we will. We gonna do some new music.”


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