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Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes album release special

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Please join me on Thursday February 19th at 9:00 PM ESTon The Dedan Tolbert Show as we celebrate the life of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes. I will be joined by Ronald Lopes and Reigndrop Lopes (Left Eye’s Siblings). We will be discussing Lisa’s new album, Eye Legacy and the Lisa Left Eye Lopes Foundation. Eye Legacy is the first “much anticipated’’ solo album being released in the U.S for Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes. Executive Producers are The Heavy Weights, Marcus Siskin and Surefire Music Group. Co-Produced by Wanda Lopes (Left Eye’s Mother), Ronald Lopes and Reigndrop Lopes. Guest artists include Missy Elliot, T-Boz, Chilli, Lil Mama, Bobby Valentino, Chamillionaire, and many more. The first official single, "Let's Just Do It," was released on January 13, 2009 and features Missy Elliott and TLC. The album includes a bonus DVD of never before seen footage of Left Eye. The album booklet will also contain fan messages that were collected through the Eye Legacy official MySpace page. A percentage of the proceeds from the album sales will go to the Lisa Lopes Foundation and their orphanage in Honduras. The mission of the Lisa Lopes Foundation (LLF) is to provide access to Basic Health, Education, Self-Awareness and Recreational Programs to children living in low-income communities within the United States and underdeveloped communities within Central America. Headquartered in Stone Mountain, Georgia the Lisa Lopes Foundation was developed in 2003 by Lisa's mother, Wanda Lopes-Colemon, her brother Ronald Lopes and family friend Anashay Murphy. LLF was inspired by Lisa's dream of building a children’s home on land she purchased in Honduras. Shortly after revealing her plans to her family, Lisa passed away in an auto accident in Honduras. Four years later LLF opened Lisa's Home of Love, a 10,000 sq. ft., residential facility. The orphanage includes a dental clinic, FREE healthcare, and on-site FREE schooling, which is open to children throughout the

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