Kandi Burruss grew up with her mother, stepfather and her sisters Crystal and Noel. She dedicates everything she does to the memory of her brother Patrick.

Kandi and LaTocha are seen by many to be the lead singers of Xscape. Her voice can be recognized by its deep, sexy tone, as shown in the first verse and break of "My Little Secret". Kandi is responsible for the discovery of the superb male r'n'b group Jagged Edge, who are also signed to So So Def Recordings.

Recently, Kandi has been writing songs for other groups, most notably "No Scrubs" by TLC and "Bills Bills Bills" by Destiny's Child. Her solo album is due on Columbia Records in early 2000.

LaTocha Scott is the eldest daughter of Randolph and Gloria Scott. She has two sisters and one brother. The eldest of her two sisters, Tamika, is also in Xscape. Her other sister and brother are called Tanisha and Randolph Jr. She lives with her son Ja'Mon, and his father Rockey Bivens.

LaTocha is currently working on a solo album, due for release in early 2000. Aswell as working with Xscape, she has made solo appearances on Jermaine Dupri's "All That's Got To Go", J-Shin's "One Night Stand" and Cha Cha's "Dear Diary". She also has solo songs on the "NFL Jams" album on a song called "Promises" and the "Best Man" soundtrack called "Liar, Liar".



Tameka "Tiny" Cottle gained her nickname for an obvious reason; she is 4'11" tall. She is the daughter of Dianne Cottle-Pope and Charles Pope. She has a brother and a sister, called Redd and Michelle. She lives with her daughter, Zonnique Jailee Pullins, and Zonnique's father Zeboe. Tiny and Zeboe have been together for nearly seven years. Zonnique was born in late 1996.

Tiny co-wrote "No Scrubs" for TLC, and will continue singing / songwriting in the future.

Tamika Scott is the younger sister of LaTocha. She was the first member of Xscape to become a mother; her daughter O'Shun Reney was born on March 24th 1994. Tamika lives with O'Shun, and her husband Darius Byas.

Tamika is also the first member of Xscape to try her hand at production; she wrote and produced "All I Need", a song described by The Source as one of the best tracks on the album "Traces Of My Lipstick". Tamika is now an ordained minister, and it is rumored that she is planning to release a solo gospel album in 2000.