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If you're a fan of R&B girl groups, then you'll want to check out the upcoming unscripted series SWV & XSCAPE: The Queens of R&B. Produced by Mona Scott-Young's Monami Productions, this six-part limited series gives viewers an exclusive behind the scenes look as some of R&B's top selling female acts share their personal and professional lives in preparation for an exclusive one night only concert event.
Two of the most acclaimed R&B girl groups from the 1990s are getting their own reality limited series on Bravo. Watching SWV & XSCAPE: Queens of R&B is like getting an exclusive glimpse into both groups' personal and professional lives.
The six-part limited series offers fans a rare look at the original members of both groups as they prepare for their one night only concert event. Starring Kandi Burruss, Tameka "Tiny" Harris and LaTocha Scott-Bivens from Xscape; Cheryl "Coko" Gamble from SWV; Tamara "Taj" George from SWV; and Leanne "Lelee" Lyons from SWV - will all be included!
As the women prepare for their concert, tensions between them over money and family feuds have escalated. Furthermore, they must juggle busy schedules and work on overcoming obstacles as they work towards perfecting their performance.
Although both groups have collaborated on shows and events before, this will be their first time working together on a TV show. Monami Productions - creators of VH1's Love & Hip Hop - gave the go-ahead for production on this series.
Both groups boast a passionate fan base, so fans are likely eager to see how this series plays out. When the two groups last met for a Verzuz battle in 2021, Kandi Burruss of Xscape performed her hit song "Understanding" while SWV performed their hit single "Right Here."
These iconic 90s girl groups have been around for decades, and their chemistry is undeniable. So get ready for an entertaining and captivating series that follows their ongoing struggles as they strive to overcome them.
Fans of 90s R&B music will be thrilled to know that two iconic girl groups from that era are joining forces in an upcoming limited series for Bravo. SWV (Cheryl "Coko" Gamble, Tamara "Taj" George, Leanne "Lelee" Lyons), Xscape (Kandi Burruss, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, LaTocha Scott-Bivens and Tamika Scott) all take part in this show which follows them as they work together to produce a concert event.
This six-episode limited series will give viewers a front row seat to the drama that goes along with staging a concert event, as well as backstage access to '90s nostalgia. Furthermore, it will document the sisters' personal lives and professional careers throughout their various stages in life.
Five years have passed since SWV made their reality TV debut with We TV's series "SWV: Reunited." Later, they made an appearance on BET's "Ladies Night" in 2019. Meanwhile, Xscape last made an appearance on Bravo's reality show "Xscape: Still Kickin It," which documented their return to the spotlight and first performance together in decades.
Since their last appearance on television, both iconic women have made headlines for various issues. Kandi Burruss of Xscape fame is an acclaimed member of The Real Housewives of Atlanta while T.I. has faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
Both female R&B groups have earned notoriety for their remarkable vocal abilities and hit songs such as "Understanding" and "Right Here." In recent years, both groups reunited to create new music together; however, their past disagreements are far from over and will likely continue to cause controversy as they gear up for their upcoming limited series on Bravo.
Last week, two of the biggest girl groups from the 1990s joined forces for a Verzuz battle. It was an opportunity for fans to see their idols perform live and catch up on all their past hits like "Right Here" and the Michael Jackson remix. Plus, both groups showcased their incredible vocal range - it wasn't easy to tell who would emerge victor but Twitter got some of it all!
On the show, Kandi Scott experienced some tense moments. She got called "b" word and brought up her list of songs written. Additionally, she garnered attention when she changed outfits during a battle.
The ladies will explore their sisterhood and relationships with other members of their group, particularly exploring what caused the Scott sisters to part ways.
SZA recently faced backlash on social media when she claimed she's being called the Queen of R&B. But some Twitter users were confused by this statement and even questioned who would ever refer to her that way.
Despite all the controversy, SWV & XSCAPE will still air on Bravo on March 5. If you're searching for an entertaining show to watch this weekend, make sure you tune in! It offers viewers an entertaining glimpse into the lives of R&B icons.
Fans of Xscape and SWV, two iconic R&B groups from the 1990s, will get to experience what it's like to be part of one of these legendary girl groups in an upcoming reality series. According to Deadline, TV producer Mona Scott-Young has given her blessing for an unscripted series set to air on Bravo later this year.
The four-member groups have sold a combined nine million albums and achieved six top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100. Kandi Burruss, Tameka "Tiny" Harris and sisters LaTocha Scott-Bivens and Tamika Scott will be joining SWV's Cheryl "Coko" Gamble, LeAnne "Lelee" Lyons and Tamara "Taj" George in the show.
They're giving viewers a behind the scenes look at their one-night concert event in the series, featuring all seven women performing together for the first time in years. As they decide who will headline the show, old dramas over money and family feuds resurface.
Watching this series promises to be both entertaining and thrilling. Each episode will chronicle their highs and lows as they strive to make this career-reigniting concert a success without fail.
The series will also showcase conflicts over the concert setlist, arguments between sisters about which group should headline, and an unexpected revelation that could tear their family apart.
On March 5th at 9:30 p.m. ET on Bravo, XSCAPE: The Queens of R&B returns for its sophomore season! Check out the trailer below to get a taste of what's to come!