SWV and Xscape: The Queens of R&B premiered March 5 on Bravo, and to rejoice the truth collection, SWV sat down with Billboard‘s Gail Mitchell to debate their unimaginable profession.
“It’s a blessing,” Lelee stated of the trio’s success. “We didn’t even know we had been going to make it, not to mention be right here 30 years later. I imply, so long as the followers need us right here, we’re going to indicate up.”
As for what it’s about SWV that also resonates with music followers in any case these years, Taj says that it’s all about consistency. “We haven’t modified one bit from day one. That is us,” she shares. “We had been all the time the quirky, round the best way ladies who simply like to have enjoyable and sing. We’re nonetheless that, however we’re simply a lot older.”
The six-episode Queens of R&B collection follows SWV and Xscape as they put together for a joint live performance and navigate private drama that might derail their stage plans. The reality collection explores “the internal working of placing on a stay live performance efficiency” whereas exposing “the discord and sophisticated dynamics of sisterhood inside singing teams.”
The toughest half, Taj says, was being away from their households throughout filming. “You simply need to be portrayed the fitting method,” Lelee provides. “All people don’t take your life and your story severe. It’s not their child. It’s tv.”
“Don’t get caught up within the hype,” Coko replies when requested what she needs followers to remove from the present, earlier than including with amusing, “Get pleasure from it and don’t at me.”
Watch SWV’s full interview with Billboard above, included a stunning a cappella rendition of “Weak.”