Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes was born in 1971 in Philadelphia and attended Girls' High. Lisa started playing music as a child and formed a little musical group called "The Lopes Kids" with her siblings, where they performed at churches and neighborhood events. Lisa Lopes joined a group originally called 2nd Nature in 1990 and they changed their name to TLC. TLC released their first album, Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip in 1992, and it spawned four hit singles and sold 6 million copies! They followed up with CrazySexyCool in 1994 which sold over 23 million albums. They released their 3rd album, FanMail, in 1999 and that sold over 14 million copies. Lopes also hosted "The Cut," a talent show on MTV. In addition to her work with TLC, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, worked with other artists including Mel C from the Spice Girls, Toni Braxton, and Keith Sweat. Lopes started her own talent agency, Left Eye Productions, and worked with the group Blaque. Sadly, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes died while visiting Honduras on a charitable trip to help set up educational centers. Her family created the Lisa Lopes Foundation after her death to raise funds to help neglected youth improve their lives, and donating money to an orphanage in Honduras.
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