The final TLC album is in the process of being made, and after that, Chilli and T-Boz will no longer come together as the iconic collective. It’s been more than a decade since their last studio album and the passing of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and they’ve since only put out a string of greatest hits compilations. Their fifth and final effort is on the way now, however, and they want the fans to help with the process.

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T-Boz and Chilli have created a Kickstarter campaign to fund the album, with incentives for donations ranging from VIP tickets to personalized voicemails, classic memorabilia and more. The goal is $150,000, and they’ve already raised $11,781 from 161 backers, with 30 more days to go.

Their choice to go with the campaign website instead of a major label was a personal one, as they felt like they wanted to do something outside of the box, and keep their fans involved as much as they can, as they always have.

Chilli explains the decision to TIME:

We wanted to continue to stay outside the box. Fifteen years ago, we were really one of the first groups to work with MP3s, as far as a digital record. That was a big deal, and I remember people couldn’t believe we had done something like that successfully. Working with Kickstarter and all of the wonderful things that they’ve done, and their excitement [about] wanting to work with us — you definitely don’t want to work with someone who’s not excited about your project because they’re not going to put their heart, sweat and soul into it like we’re going to do. We knew we wanted to take that avenue. Doing that with them allows us to involve our fans a lot more than what we’ve done in the past. It’s not so new for us, but it’s newer for them, and newer for us to have them so involved. It’s different and exciting.

Check out the full interview over at TIME for more details, and head here to donate!