After a decade-long hiatus, R&B trio BLAQUE, formed by late TLC member Left Eye, make their return to the world with their unreleased fourth album, "Torch."
A time capsule in itself, Torch delivers the best of the 2000s loaded in sublime nostalgia with its R&B melodies and jovial undertones. Originally set to release in 2003, the album includes collaborations with Hip Hop legends Missy Elliot, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins and includes vocals from late BLAQUE member, Natina Reed, who famously appeared in films like Bring It On with Gabrielle Union and Honey with Jessica Alba.
Current group members Shamari Fears and Brandi Williams wanted to release the album that has long been in the works in dedication to their fans, “The fans asked and we delivered. Torch is our most requested fan album and we thank everyone for their continued support and patience.”