New Black Kid On The Block: Philly Singer T’Melle Survived Crash That Killed Left Eye To Pursue Her R&B Dreams

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T'Melle Promo Photo

Meet T’melle, she’s the artist formerly signed to Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes who was actually injured in the car crash that claimed Lopes’ life. She’s got a new mixtape out and we wanted to share some music from it and give you a little more info about her.

Check out her song below:

T’melle, R&B’s newest bad girl is ready to take listeners on a spectacular ride. She hails from Philadelphia, a city known for fostering some of the best artists in the music industry. Soulful with an edge would best describe T’melle, but her music has no boundaries.
T’melle’s musical journey began as a member of Egypt, a local Philadelphia female group signed to the late Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes of the group TLC. After braving the trauma of a devastating car accident which caused the loss of her mentor and left her hospitalized and diagnosed to never walk again, T’melle went into survival mode. Determined to not only walk again, but to run and eventually dance and perform, she fought to regain her mobility by never losing sight of her dreams. Along her musical journey she’s worked with super producers; Bryan Cox, Tricky Stewart, and Rodney Jerkins to name a few. She’s also toured with Usher and opened for artists such as Keyshia Cole, 2 Chains, Lyfe Jennings, Cash Out and more. T’melle has over 50k twitter followers and has received over 600k YouTube views. Armed with an arsenal of music and an incredible stage show, T’melle is ready to meet her destiny and finally share her story.

Listen to her song “Pill” here:

T'melle The Interview Mixtape Cover

Her mixtape “The Interview” hosted by DJ Scream and DJ X-Rated is a musical kaleidoscope into her world. She reveals her softer side on her current single “Pill”, a ballad featured on rapper Future’s Molly World 2 Mixtape. The song is a follow-up to “Go to War” featuring Waka Floka, a battle cry for the true ride or die chick. In “Tupac and Biggie”, she pays homage to the two rap greats by using them to describe attributes for her ideal mate. Earlier this year, DJ Greg Street hand-picked the song for his “We Got Next” mixtape series.

Be sure to follow T’melle on twitter @itstmelle and visit her online at http://www.itstmelle.com.

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