Xscape Performs ‘Who Can I Run To’ On ‘Steve’

R&B quartet Xscape make their rounds on day time television with a performance of “Who Can I Run To” on STEVE.

Donning beautiful outfits, the R&B veterans — specifically the Scott sisters — commanded the audience with their signature vocals and unmatched stage presence.

After their roaring performance, the ladies sat down with the comical host to discuss their reunion, upcoming biopic and The Great Xscape Tour, which kicks off on November 22. Xscape also received some surprising news that the city of Atlanta –their hometown– officially proclaimed Nov. 6 as Xscape day.

Xscape: Still Kickin’ It drew in 1.74 viewers on its Bravo TV debut last Sunday (Nov. 6). The reality show airs every Sunday at 9 p.m.

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Stream XSCAP3’s ‘Here For It’ EP

R&B trio XSCAP3 deliver its highly anticipated EP, Here For It. The six-track offering includes the previously released tracks “Dream Killa,” “Wifed Up” and the title track.

While Kandi is not featured on the project, she has nothing but love for the group. “I want to send my love to my girls Xscap3 and congratulate them on the moves [they’re] making,” she wrote on Instagram. “I want everybody to know that there is no drama. It is still love with us. I support what they’re doing with the new music & I want y’all to do the same.”

Listen to Here For It below.

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Xscape Changes Name to XSCAP3, Kandi Explains Why She’s Not Making New Music with Them

Legendary R&B group Xscape has changed its name to XSCAP3 with one less member — Kandi Burruss.

The trio — consisting of Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, LaTocha Scott and Tamika Scott — recently signed with talent agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA) for worldwide representation.

XSCAP3 also plans to release their upcoming EP, Here For It, on March 3 via XSCAP3 Entertainment.

When a fan on Instagram questioned the name change and why Burruss was not part of it, Cottle explained the group’s decision. “It’s only 3 girls on the music & [Kandi] does not want people thinking she is on the music, so u will know the difference. It’s Xscap3 for anything she is not apart of,” she wrote.

In a recent interview with MadameNoire, Burruss explained why she will not make new music with the group.

“I don’t want to mess with our legacy,” she said. “When we were a group, we had three platinum albums. All of our albums were hits. We never had a flop album. And things are not how they used to be back then. Records are not selling like they used to do back then. I don’t want to put out an album and it does not…be on that same level.”

She added, “We’re just four different women with four different creative ideas that I don’t feel like we see eye to eye creatively on what the music should be, and I would hate for us to not put out something that is as good. I just feel like it kind of tarnishes things.”

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Childish Gambino Performs ‘Terrified’ at 2018 Grammys

After winning Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Redbone” at the 60th Grammy Awards on Sunday night, Childish Gambino graced the stage to perform “Terrified.”

Dressed in an all-white outfit,  he was joined by young star JD McCrary, who lends guest vocals on the record. Both songs are lifted from his Grammy-nominated album Awaken, My Love. 

In other news, Glover recently inked a deal with RCA Records that will allow him to release music through a partnership with his creative agency, Wolf + Rothstein.

Watch his performance below.

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