A proud T.I. is eager to celebrate the great accomplishments of his wife, Tiny Harris, and her group, XSCAP3.
This week, Tiny took to social media where she had a huge announcement — the new EP called Here For It that features vocals from sisters — LaTocha Scott and Tamika Scott — is doing amazingly well on the charts.
Kandi Burruss opted to leave the band to focus on her acting career temporarily.
The album, which contains the following songs “Memory Lane,” “Dream Killah,” “Wifed Up,” “Here For It,” “Craving,” and “Last of Me,” is on top of the R&B charts.
Tiny thanked her fans for the support by writing: “Just when I thought @officialxscape fans have out done themselves it gets better & better! Thank you all so much for supporting us #Xscap3 new Ep #HereForIt if you don’t have it yet go check us out!! #Xscap3 #HereForItEPOutToday #RealRandBIsBack #WithATwist #LoyalFans.”
The ATL actor caught wind of the happy news and jumped on social media to applaud his wife.
The father of seven wrote: “Congratulations to these Legendary Ladies on another Solid body of work. Y’all Go get wit dey Drip.”
A fan wrote a congratulatory message that read: “Yessss I’m here for it…and when we are gonna get a mother-daughter duet. “Dream Killa” is my favorite! You girls did that! You’ll don’t need Kandi you’ll do your thing @kandi was the weakest voice of the group. No love lost at all. Let go her way and do her…These three divas will be fine.”
Another commenter answered with: “The “weak voice” comment was an opinion, and you’re entitled to thinking that. It’s your truth. I don’t agree. I love all their voices together and think her alto notes will be missed in their harmonies. She also led some of my fav Xscape singles. I love all 4 of them together, but she is doing her thing now, so it is what it is. I just thought it was unnecessary to throw that jab about her having a weak voice.”
Burruss will be back with the group over the summer for a new tour and two movies.