Video: TLC – “Creep” (Unreleased Version)

TLC‘s legacy is unmatched and with the upcoming Vh1 biopic in the works for the trio, it seems fitting that some unreleased footage would be unearthed. The ladies were on the verge of superstar status as they released their second album, the Grammy-award winning CrazySexyCool, in 1994. Lead by the chart-topping first single “Creep,” which topped the Hot 100 chart for four weeks and became one of the biggest selling singles of the ’90s.

The song’s video because just as popular with the signature dance moves and colorful silk pajamas. However, the video you are familiar with was not the only visual shot for the single. An alternative clip was shot, directed by Lionel C Martin, which did not make cut. Today, that version is now available for your viewing. Check it out and reminisce with TLC!



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