Creep (TLC song)

Creep (TLC Song)

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Creep (TLC song)

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"Creep" is the Grammy-winning first single by American R&B group TLC from their second studio album CrazySexyCool, released on October 31, 1994 by LaFace Records. The single became their first number-one single and fourth top-ten single on the Billboard Hot 100, and remained at number one on the chart for four weeks, eventually becoming the second best-selling single of 1995, behind Madonna's "Take a Bow". TLC won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, and Dallas Austin was nominated for Best R&B Song. It was the 3rd most successful Hot 100 Single of 1995, according to Billboard's Year End Charts. "Creep" was ranked third on Spin's Top 20 Singles of the '90s & #7 on nuTsie's Top 100 Greatest R&B Songs of the 1990s. It contains a sample of "Hey Young World" by Slick Rick.

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The lyrics are taken from the perspective of a woman who is aware of her boyfriend's infidelity and in turn cheats on him in an effort to appease her need for affection. A cover version of the song was released by alternative rock band The Afghan Whigs.In the documentary "The Last Days of Left Eye", TLC member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes said she was 100% against the release of Creep as a single, and threatened to wear black tape over her mouth in the music video.

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