Fans were thrilled to see their favorite ‘90s R&B quartet Xscape reunited in one picture and they could not wait for what’s in store for the iconic girl band this year.
Many hearts were overjoyed after reality star Kandi Burruss shared on Instagram a snap of herself together with her former Xscape band members, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, and sisters LaTocha and Tamika Scott.
Burruss' picture delighted their fans who could not help but feel nostalgic. The band is famous for their songs, "Traces of My Lipstick" and "Off the Hook."
KEEPING UP WITH XSCAPE
In the snap, the group gathered in the center for a picture as they put their hands on their hips. Buruss, who is known for her appearances in the "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," wrote:
"No matter how much time passes whenever we get in that vocal booth together it’s like we never missed a beat! #Xscape"
Thousands of Burruss' Instagram followers flocked to the comment section. One fan wondered if the group’s reunion snap is a sign that there’s more to happen for them soon.
A POSSIBLE NEW ALBUM?
A fan expressed that he can’t wait to hear the group sing together soon. Another wondered why Burruss' group emerged online, writing, "Album?," with praying hands and heart emojis.
Adding to the several guesses in the comment section, another fan who seemed convinced that the group is working on a project commented that "a new album is coming."
Xscape had a reunion in 2017 in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the release of their debut single "Just Kickin’ It."
VERZUZ BATTLE WITH SWV
The speculation comes after Buruss shared on Instagram a 13-minute video of them inside a recording booth. In the video, Buruss took her fans to Harris, Tamika, and LaTocha’s discussion.
Burruss asked in the caption if Xscape should have a Verzuz battle with another R&B trio, SWV, whose members are Cheryl "Coko Clemons" Gamble, Tamara Johnson, and Leanne Lyons.
Formed in 1992, Xscape previously released three albums, which all went platinum. Many people loved the group because of their unique sound which was different from typical R&B singers.
THE GROUP'S NEW BRAND
Xscape had a reunion in 2017 in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the release of their debut single "Just Kickin’ It." Their first song catapulted them to stardom.
Before the band’s reunion, "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" producer Mona Scott-Young executive produced the group’s biopic through her company Monami Entertainment.
After the group disbanded in 1998, and Burruss went on a hiatus, Xscape was revived in 2018. The group rebranded to "Xscap3" which consists of Harris, Tamika, and La Tocha.
Recently, Harris gave her fans a blast from that past by sharing what transpired before she and the rest of the band members had gone separate ways. She opened up about their physical fights in the group.
Harris, who was pregnant around that time, shared that she had an altercation with Burruss. They got into a slap and fist fight. Buruss and LaTocha also fought in the past.