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TLC's Classic 'Creep' Gets A Remake And A New Verse From T-Boz

Eric Bellinger grabs T-Boz for his version of 'Creep.'

TLC has seen their share of ups and downs, but through it all, the music that T-Boz, Chilli and Left Eye created has lived on.

Their 1994 single "Creep" hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart over 20 years ago and honestly we never stopped loving it. Maybe that's why singer/songwriter Eric Bellinger went ahead and gave the classic track a 2015 twist on Friday (July 10).

Bellinger is most known for his work writing hits with artists like Chris Brown ("Fine China") and Justin Bieber ("Right Here"), but on July 17 he will be dropping his own Cuffing Season EP and "Creep" is the project's latest single.

The original TLC record is a not-so-gentle reminder that women cheat, too, but Eric's new version, which is produced by L&F and features T-Boz, finds him making promises to never creep on his lady.

"I'm really big on my features making sense rather than just throwing random artists on songs just to say we collabed lol," Eric said in a press release that was sent to MTV News today. "When I heard the 'Creep' flip I immediately knew I had to at least try to get T-Boz on it since that was her solo song with legendary female pop group TLC! Luckily when she heard the record she loved it! Hopefully the fans will too!"

We have to say, we're into this one. Now, it's time to play the original.