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Let's take a trip back to the '90s. Fans of TLC can now check out a newly unearthed video for their 1994 hit "Creep."
According to Digitalspy.com, the new video - which recently appeared online - is one of three different music videos that were recorded for the track. Apparently, the group wasn't sure how they wanted the video to look.
The previously unseen footage shows the trio busting their dance moves in the street, as opposed to the official video, in which TLC performs the same dance in what looks like a film set. The new video ends with a dedication to the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, who passed away in 2002.
"Creep" appears on TLC's second album "CrazySexyCool." The track peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Check out the new video that has surfaced online:
Official video from their YouTube account:
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