TLC is back, and they ain't too proud to beg.

The iconic R&B girl group just launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund their latest album. TLC's Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins have already started working on the group's final album, and now they're seeking $150,000 from fans to make it happen. Scrubs need not apply.

It's been more than a decade since TLC's last album 3D dropped in 2002. That was the last album the group recorded as a trio before third member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes tragically died at the age of 30 in a car accident in Honduras in 2002. TLC's upcoming final album will be the first from its remaining two members.

"Of course, Lisa's spirit will always be present in our music," the group writes on the project's Kickstarter page. "That will never change."

By launching this Kickstarter campaign now, TLC says they're hoping to have complete creative control over the album. The group only wants to answer to fans, not record labels, according to the project's Kickstarter page. They also said they've "already enlisted many key members" from their original team, including current Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss, who wrote the group's 1999 smash "No Scrubs." Please also have TLC appear on The Real Housewives of Atlanta in the future. Thanks in advance.

At the time of this writing, TLC has raised more than $60,000 of the $150,000 goal. If you shell out some dough for this campaign, the rewards are actually pretty sweet. Incentives range from receiving a digital copy of the new album to the famous TLC onesie, which is apparently a thing, to having a slumber party with T-Boz or Chilli.

TLC isn't the first Kickstarter campaign launched by some famous individuals. The Veronica Mars Movie raised nearly $6 million on the crowdfunding platform, and Zach Braff raised more than $3 million for his 2014 film Wish I Was Here. Musical projects funded through Kickstarter haven't gained quite the same amount of attention as these major films, but everyone from Amanda Palmer to Chely Wright to Kenny Loggins has successfully funded albums on Kickstarter.

And just to guarantee that you will have a nostalgia attack today, there's more exciting TLC news. New Kids on the Block just announced a new tour with the girl group and rapper Nelly on Good Morning America today. The 47-stop tour kicks off May 1 in Las Vegas. People also has a mash-up of "No Scrubs," "Ride Wit Me" and "Step By Step" over in its announcement of the tour news. What the world never knew it wanted.

Now don't go chasing waterfalls. Just back this Kickstarter instead.

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