Archive for 'Chilli'

Watch : Tyrese – ‘Nothing on You’ With Chilli

 Singer Tyrese just dropped his latest single “Nothing on You” his new album Open Invitation: Reloaded. The Video was directed by Matt Alonzon and features the beautiful Chilli as the leading lady, Tyrese tells Global Grind “I think Chilli’s beauty and her innocence and energy is timeless. She has a very sweet and a very reserved energy about her that’s just really, really special. I’ve known her for years but, we’ve never done anything together.” Here’s the video tell me if you are feeling it? READ MORE

Tyrese preps fans with the official trailer for his new video “Nothing On You”, which is coming soon. The video stars TLC’s Chilli as his love interest… Check out the video below… READ MORE

TLC Biopic Movie Coming Soon To VH1

Grammy Award winning singing group TLC recently announced that they will have a biopic film about their success as one of the biggest girl groups in our generation. VH1 will feature the group in new series where they depict the lives of some of our greatest pop culture icons. Check inside for more details on this new VH1 film. READ MORE

The beautiful Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas, one-third of one of the  best selling female R&B group’s of all time, TLC, recently sat down with Big Lez of 411 entertainment for a very intimate interview. The two discussed Chilli’s ups and downs in the music industry, her relationship with group member Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopez at the time of her death (the two had just gotten back on speaking terms), motherhood (she kept her pregnancy a secret), and TLC’s legacy. Look inside for the video of the full interview. READ MORE


It’s hard to believe that it has already been 9 years. On April 25, 2002, Lisa (Left Eye) Lopes of the group TLC was the sole fatality of a car accident in Honduras leaving behind band mates Chilli and T-Boz. The industry still morns the lost of such a talented and beautiful spirit. We here at keep the Lopes family, Chilli, T-Boz and everyone affected by her loss lifted up in prayer. RIP Left Eye, gone but never forgotten. READ MORE

SOT Member Tayler Allen, VH1's Football Wives Chanita Foster, SOT Member Idalis Melancon, SOT Supporter Press Reset CEO Shanti Das, TLC's Chilli and SOT Founder Executive Director Carla Morrison

“Food, Fun, Bowling & Giving”, was the theme of the 1st annual Sisters of Today & Tomorrow “Giving Circle”, Bowling Party Fundraiser at Ten Pin Alley (VIP Room) in Atlantic Station, hosted by VH1’s Football Wives’ / Director of “Beyond The Game” Chanita Foster; Author of “The Hip Hop Professional” / Music Industry Veteran – CEO “Press Reset Entertainment” Shanti Das and Founder / Executive Director of Sisters of Today & Tomorrow Carla Morrison.

“I asked these awesome women to help me raise money for Sisters of Today & Tomorrow, in order to continue our ‘life changing’ programs for the year,” said Carla Morrison. “And without hesitation, they both said yes. Now the organization is in a good starting place for second quarter to continue our work with the girls.”
Chanita Foster concentrates on her bowling effort
Each host was challenged to see who could raise the most for the organization and Shanti Das, who is a serious competitor, won the challenge, bringing in over $2,500, which won her a professional photo shoot worth $1,200, with Prime Phocus, the premiere photography studio in Atlanta. Chanita Foster and her team won the bowling and raffle challenge, which generated a substantial amount of funds winning them a 19” inch flat screen television, donated by Nationwide Insurance a big gift basket from Avon and a professional photo shoot worth $700.

Chilli from the r&b group TLC and VH1’s “What Chilli Wants”, former NFL Players George Foster (Chanita’s husband) & Odell Thurman, NFL Player Randy McMichael and WNBA Player Kara Braxton, were a few of the celebrities that attended the event, bowled and made sizable contributions, along with members from the National Black MBA.

“They are giving their time, talents and treasures because they believe in the work we are doing to empower girls and the community at-large,” stated Morrison. “Shanti has been with us for a year now, and in that short time we have had her as a mentor, a presenter during our conference and now our development person, helping us to develop solid business relationships, to raise funding for the organization. Chanita, whose kind spirit spoke to me, is someone I knew I wanted to get involved with Sisters of Today & Tomorrow and the opportunity presented itself, which was an absolute blessing.” Chanita went onto say, “we (speaking of her and husband George Foster) have a nonprofit and know what it takes to run it. We have to support one another and that’s what I’m all about.” Click Here To See All The Pic’s READ MORE