Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes’ long awaited sophomore album, Eye Legacy is set to be released on November 11 and will be distributed via Mass Appeal Entertainment alongside the Lopes family.

The 12-track album will feature guest appearances from Chamillionaire, Lil Mama and Bobby Valentino, among others.

The first single from the new album, "Let’s Just Do It," features Missy Elliot.

According to, Eye Legacy will feature a duet with rapper Tupac Shakur titled "Legendary."

"We hope people understand the message in Lisa’s music and appreciate her as not just a member of TLC, but as a solo artist as well," the family said during a statement.

"This album is Left Eye’s musical gift to her fans and adds the beauty of her legacy."

Part of the proceeds from the album sales will be donated to the Lisa Lopes Foundation, as well as her orphanage in Honduras.

After the conflict between her former TLC group members, Lopes had numerous talks with Death Row Records honcho Marion "Suge" Knight.

In 1999, Lopes was officially signed to Death Row Records and recorded under the moniker, N.I.N.A. (New Identity Not Applicable).

In 2001, Lopes released Supernova, her first solo debut album.

Supernova was delayed for two months, and was later shelved in the U.S., but made it's way to U.K. and Japan.

That same year, Supernova positioned at No. 16 on the UK Singles Chart and hit No. 41 on the ARIA Singles Chart.

In 2002, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes was involved in a fatal car accident that ended her life.

Lopes was 30, when she passed away.