Searching for the ingredients for the perfect girl group in 2021? Three Latinas from Los Angeles have just the thing you need.
Made up of rapper ICP Bre and singers Jen Torrejon and Sami Ramos, Latinx girl group Sweet Taboo describe their sound as a fusion of Latin, rap and R&B elements.
That unique blend is on full display in the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, as Sweet Taboo charismatically cover TLC's 1999 GRAMMY-winning R&B classic "No Scrubs." (The original TLC version of the song won the GRAMMY for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal at the 42nd GRAMMY Awards, which took place in 2000; the album on which the song was featured, FanMail, won the GRAMMY for Best R&B Album that same night.)
Despite only having two songs to their name, Sweet Taboo are bubbling towards stardom thanks to their captivating covers and promising singles like "Lil Bit" and "Used to It." From DJ Khaled to Kehlani, household names have already taken notice of the Los Angeles group, who are currently working on their debut, self-titled EP.
If you enjoyed Sweet Taboo's performance of "No Scrubs," check out more episodes of ReImagined At Home below.