A new person is joining the Xscape team. Vincent Herbert is officially the manager of Xscape.
This shouldn't come as a surprise, as Herbert is well-known in the music industry. Herbert is a powerhouse producer and has been responsible for the careers of Lady Gaga, Toni Braxton, Destiny Child and the late R&B singer Aaliyah.
According to HipHollywood, LaTocha Scott, Tameka "Tiny" Harris and Tamika Scott hired Herbert as they prepare to work on new music.
"He just got our vision and he saw potential in us," Tiny revealed.
The Xscape Comeback Continues
Kandi Burruss, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, LaTocha Scott and Tamika Scott complete the female R&B group, Xscape. The foursome was discovered by Jermaine Dupri and was immediately signed to his So So Def label in 1992.
90's babies will probably remember two of their hit singles entitled, "Just Kickin' It and "Who Can I Run To."
In June, the group made their first appearance in eighteen years at the 2017 BET Awards and have also performed at the 2017 Essence Festival.
The ladies are currently on their 'Great Xscape Tour,' which also features singers, Tamar Braxton, Monica and special guests, June's Diary and Tiny's daughter, Zonnique.
As their tour comes to end in January, the ladies will become a trio. In Nov 2017, reality star and singer, Kandi Burruss, publicly announced that she will no longer make new music with the group.
"It is always them three against me, and I feel like I am always made to be the villain," Burruss explained.
Last week, the new trio dropped two new singles, "Dream Killa" and "Wifed Up.
"Dream Killa definitely has what fans expect us to have, a 90's vibe," Tiny added.
Vincent Personal Woes
Even though Herbert has a new group to manage, he is still facing personal issues. Herbert is currently going through a divorce with his wife, Tamar Braxton, who he also still manages.
In Oct 2017, PEOPLE magazine confirmed that Braxton decided to file for divorce from Herbert just one month after their nine-year anniversary.
Hopefully, Braxton's and Harris' relationship won't be affected by Herbert's decision.
"We love what he did with Tamar and Lady Gaga and we also knew he understood the business," Tiny said.
Both of Xscape's new singles are currently available on iTunes.