The tragedy-hit girl group's long-awaited follow up to 'Fanmail' is with us in November...

TLC’s first album since the death of bandmember LISA ‘LEFT EYE’ LOPES is called ‘3D’ and will be released in November.

The group’s fourth album the follow-up to 1999’s US chart-topper ‘Fanmail’, comes out on November 12 in the US, according to Billboard. Lopes had contributed material before her death in a car crash in Honduras in April this year.

According to a statement from the band’s label Arista, it was Lopes who came up with the album’s title.


The first single from the new LP will be ‘Quickie’. which is due for release in late October, but is to be made available to Internet users later the week. Other track titles include the title track, ‘Dirty’, ‘Turntable’ and ‘Hands Up’.

‘3D’ was recorded with a slew of producers, Timbaland & Missy Elliott, Rodney Jerkins and Babyface.


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