Real Housewife of Atlanta Kandi Burruss was an original member of R&B girl group Xscape back in the '90s, and she's done spectacularly for herself since, both in the music industry (Grammys, a solo career, duh) and on TV.
But what about the rest of the Xscape crew? Whatever happened to the beta version of Destiny's Child? We took it upon ourselves to do a little investigating and dug up the dirt on the rest of the ladies. Check out what they've been up to!
Tameka "Tiny" Cottle is and was arguably Kandi's BFF from the group. The two went on to co-write "No Scrubs" for TLC, and almost got their own reality show off the ground, but then that show turned into Tiny and Toya (produced by Pheadra Parks), which follows Tiny's BFFship with Antonia "Toya" Johnson Carter, Lil Wayne's ex-wife. Tiny, herself, is married to rapper T.I. It's cool, though. Kandi found her niche.
LaTocha Scott went on to release a solo album, entitled Solo Flight, and did guest vocals on Jermaine Dupri's song "All That's Got to Go," J-Shin's "One Night Stand," Cha Cha's "Dear Diary," and Trick Daddy's "Thug Holiday."
Tamika Scott (yes, LaTocha's sister) released a single in Japan, and originated a role in Tyler Perry's play Meet the Browns. She also produced a handful of songs on the soundtrack of Tyler's 2004 movie Daddy's Girls.
So, it's pretty safe to assume that Kandi and Tiny are the only ones who achieved any sort of real notoriety after Xscape's seminal classic single "Just Kickin' It." But, man, we appreciate those matching denim outfits.