Chilli only has a few tracks that we’re aware of over the years that are unreleased, most of which are for her shelved solo album.  Check the list below for a complete history of what we know.  A green checkmark  next to a track indicates that it is a confirmed track title.  Hover over each track for more information.  If you see anything below that is incorrect or something that you have to add, please send an e-mail to chris@cybertlc.world so we can keep it updated!

 

 
Unknown Producer

 
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Produced by Soundz

 
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Produced by San Chez

 
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Produced by Maestro

 
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Produced by T-Pain

 
Produced by Polow da Don

 
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Darkchild

 

Description: Unreleased and unheard. Unconfirmed track supposedly for her solo album.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown

Description: Unreleased and unheard. Unconfirmed track supposedly for her solo album.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown

Description: Unreleased. Confirmed via TV show “Single Ladies.”  This track was premiered on the TV show “Single Ladies” with Chilli performing it on the show.  It was supposed to be released to iTunes immediately after the show aired, but never was due to a conflict with producer Soundz.  Soundz has now said he doesn’t like the song and it own’t be released.  A short clip was released online via songwriter TC.  That clip and the “Single Ladies” clips are the only that we’ve heard of Chilli’s version.  A full demo by TC was leaked, but Chilli is not singing on the demo.

Producer: Soundz

Writers: TC

Publishers: Unknown

Description: MP3 Leak. Confirmed via ASCAP.  This track was originally meant for Chilli’s solo album and was leaked in 256kbps MP3 by someone in her camp.  It features Chilli and T-Boz in verses.  This track is commercially unreleased.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: ANGELETTIE DERIC MICHAEL, EDMUND VICTAN PAUL, JONES MICHAEL CARLOS, THOMAS ROZONDA OCIELIAN, WHITE GARY

Publishers: EMI APRIL MUSIC INC, HOT HEAT MUSIC, JUSTIN COMBS PUBLISHING, TEETIMUS MUSIC, Additional Non-ASCAP Publishers

Description: MP3 leak.  Confirmed via BMI.  This track was for Chilli’s solo album.  In a CyberTLC Interview, Chilli told Chris that the producer was a guy named Sanchez.

Producer: San Chez

Writers: Danna, San Chez, Gary L White

Publishers: BMG Blue

Description: Unreleased and unheard. Unconfirmed track supposedly for her solo album.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown

Description: Unreleased and unheard.  Confirmed via ASCAP.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: Johansen Christ, Reuther Franz

Publishers: FMP Songs Edition

Description: Unreleased and unheard. In a 2007 interview with Chris@CyberTLC, when asked what her most personal track was that she recorded, she said it’s a track on her solo album called “Materialistic.” She did not write it, but it fits her to a T. Supposedly (unconfirmed) produced by Maestro for her solo album.

Producer: Maestro.

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown.

Description: Unreleased.  Clip played during season 2, episode 4 of “What Chilli Wants.”  At the end of the episode it said you could buy the song on music.vh1.com, but it was never available.  Also Confirmed via ASCAP.  ASCAP lists the artist as T-Pain.  According to a Tweet by Chilli, the song was  produced by T-Pain.  She also claimed T-Pain had to sign off on the song before it being released.

Producer: Unknown.

Writers: NAJM FAHEEM, THOMAS ROZONDA OCIELIAN, WHITE GARY

Publishers: NAPPYPUB MUSIC, UNIVERSAL MUSIC Z SONGS

Description: Unreleased and unheard.  This track is for her solo album.  Chris@CyberTLC interviewed Chilli and asked her favorite song on her solo album and she said: “It’s called “Somethin’ Bout The Music” and was produced by T-Pain. Me, Akon, and G-White wrote it.”

Producer: T-Pain

Writers: Rozonda Thomas, Akon, G-White

Publishers: Unknown

Description: MP3 Leak.  This track leaked online and was for Chilli’s solo album.  Chilli told Chris@CyberTLC on the phone that SHE leaked the track purposely, as the producer had shopped the track around to a lot of different people. She’d never been in the situation where people shopping the track around and went with the leak.

Producer: Polow da Don

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown

Description: Unreleased and unheard. Unconfirmed. Supposedly for her solo album.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown

Description: Unreleased. This track was played during an episode of “Strong Medicine” that Chilli appeared on.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown

Description: Unreleased and unheard. Unconfirmed. Supposedly for her solo album.

Producer: Unknown

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown

Description: Unreleased.  Very short clip heard on 3D B-Roll footage. Song title originally appeared on Darkchild’s official website in 2004, listed as a song Darkchild worked on as “Chilli feat Santana  – Wishful Thinking.”  Darkchild lists the song as one that he has either co-written, arranged, and/or produced.  In 2011 a TLC fan sent Chilli a link to the 3D B-Roll footage which was posted on an official website years ago and includes a song Darkchild was recording with Chilli singing “I dreamed I was a millionaire / Sat down in my velvet chair / I said how… / Ice cream cures the common cold..”  Chilli confirmed that this song is in fact “Wishful Thinking,” saying “Wishful Thinking…..Santana did the music.  More my style not the groups.”  TLC fans have long used the incorrect title “Ice Cream” to refer to the song when in fact it’s “Wishful Thinking.”  On June 28, 2002 MTV News released an article updating fans on the TLC project, which mentioned “Aside from tracks for the TLC album, Jerkins has recently produced a song called “Wishful Thinking” with Chilli and Carlos Santana for the latter’s upcoming album.”  Santana’s upcoming album at the time was “Shaman,” but the track did not make the cut.

Producer: Darkchild

Writers: Unknown

Publishers: Unknown