The ladies of Blaque found success after the explosion of similar female R&B groups at the time, and their smash "Bring It All to Me" hit No. 5 on the Hot 100. The R&B/pop hit featured 'N Sync's JC Chasez, but the alternate version was used for the music video, because JC's version wasn't played on urban airwaves. The girls—Shamari Fears, Brandi Williams, and the late Natina Reed—give their best performance in the futuristic visuals for "Bring It All to Me." Sure, it appeared to ride off the wins of "No Scrubs," but the fact that new act Blaque took a comparable style and turned out a jam—and a visual—that impacted nearly as much that of superstars TLC says a lot for the merit of this video.