Award season is here for Tiny Harris and the talented divas of Xscape.
It has been announced that LaTocha Scott and Tamika Scott alongside with Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burrus are set to be honored with the Golden Note Award from American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).
Xscape will receive the huge honor at the Rhythm & Soul Music Awards that will be held on June 21st in Los Angeles, California.
T.I.’s wife shared a post explaining how grateful she and her “sisters” are for this amazing blessing.
Tiny shared a post that read: “What can I say but thank you @ascap for giving my group Xscape @officialxscape your highest achievement award #TheGoldenNoteAward it’s so amazing to me that the ladies @therealtamikascott @iamlatocha @kandi & I, keep receiving all these new accolades 25 years later!! Thank you to everyone that has been supporting the comeback of Xscape & Xscape3! We love y’all!! If u haven’t heard Xscape3’s new single #MemoryLane u should go check out our #HereForItOutEverywhere #WeLit.”
ASCAP president Paul Williams added in a statement: “Xscape knocked us all out in the ‘90s with their powerful vocal harmonies and surprised absolutely no one as they went on to become one of the most prolific female R&B groups of all time.”
One fan had this to share: “Congratulations ladies you nailed it. You ladies deserve it remember it’s never too late you ladies are beautiful inside and out they saved the BEST for the last nothing but ANGELS. I knew you would.you all are amazing.”
Another commenter continued: “Yasssssss I’m super proud of yall @majorgirl yall time for me was then and now to finally see the recognition that yall deserved back in the day and to see it fall upon you now is a blessing congrats boo.”
A third person poked fun at Kandi who briefly left the group for a Broadway show: “Congratulations well deserved. It doesn’t look like Kandi wants the award lol. When something is meant for you, it will be. Love you guys.”
About 18 years ago, Kandi made history by becoming the first woman to ever to pick up the Songwriter of the Year by the American Society of Composers.