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    Lisa Lopes

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    Genre:Rap, R&B, Hip-Hop, Pop
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    Neva Will Eye Eva lyrics
    Lisa Lopes feat. Reigndrop Lopes
    2No Tighter Wish lyrics
    Gimme Some lyrics
    Toni Braxton feat. Lisa Lopes
    4Friends lyrics
    Cherry Cherry (Remix) lyrics
    6Let's Just Do It (Eyereignmix) lyrics
    Lisa Lopes feat. Missy Elliott, Reigndrop Lopes and TLC
    7Crank It (Hwt Remix) lyrics
    Lisa Lopes feat. Reigndrop Lopes
    8Let It Out lyrics
    Lisa Lopes feat. Wanya Morris
    Head To The Sky lyrics
    Lisa Lopes feat. Blaque
    Jenny lyrics
    Lisa Lopes feat. Jazze Pha

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    6,604 3.0/5
    Forever... The Ep [2009]
    Supernova [2001]
    3N.I.N.A [2011]
    4Eye Legacy [2009]


    Lisa Nicole Lopes (May 27, 1971 – April 25, 2002), better known by her stage name, Left Eye, was an American rapper, dancer, and singer-songwriter. She is best known as a member of the R&B/hip-hop group TLC.

    Lopes contributed her self-written raps to many of TLC's hit singles, including "Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg", "What About Your Friends", "Hat 2 da Back", "No Scrubs", "Waterfalls", "Girl Talk". TLC arrived on the scene in 1992 with the album Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip. With four singles, it sold six million copies worldwide and TLC became a household name. 1994 saw the release of CrazySexyCool, which sold over fifteen million copies worldwide and cemented TLC as one of the biggest female groups of all time. TLC's third album, FanMail, was released in 1999 and sold over ten million copies worldwide. Its title was a tribute to TLC's loyal fans and the sleeve contained the names of hundreds of them as a "thank you" to supporters.

    Lopes created "Left Eye Productions" to discover new talent. She helped the R&B trio Blaque to secure a record deal with Columbia Records. Lopes was also developing another new band called Ejypt.

    Lopes spent much of her free time after the conclusion of TLC's first headlining tour supporting Fanmail recording her debut solo album, "Supernova" which was Recorded from November 11, 2000 - April 8, 2001 but was only released on August 14, 2001 . The album was not released in the United States, although it was released in other countries. The first single, "The Block Party", was sent to radio in the summer of 2001, becoming a top 20 hit in the U.K., but it did not perform well in the U.S. singles chart. The second single would have been "Hot!", as was made clear at the end of her music video. However, when the album release was canceled in the United States, all further singles were canceled. Though the album was canceled by Arista, Lopes tried selling the album on her website Eyenetics, but to no success. Since the album was not released, Lopes had already started to work on new material before her death in 2002.

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    Lopes started the Lisa Lopes Foundation, a charitable group dedicated to providing neglected and abandoned youth with the resources necessary to increase their quality of life. Her spiritual motto is the one that she used for her foundation: "Energy never dies...It just transforms." Her foundation went into various underdeveloped villages and gave away brand new clothes to needy children and their families.

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    A documentary showing the final 26 days of Lopes's life, titled The Last Days of Left Eye, premiered at the Atlanta Film Festival in April 2007, for an audience that included many of Lopes's contemporaries, including Monica, Ronnie DeVoe, 112, Big Boi, India.Arie, and Cee-Lo. VH1 and VH1 Soul broadcast the documentary on May 19, 2007. Much of the footage was shot with a hand-held camera, often in the form of diary entries filmed by Lopes while on a 30-day spiritual retreat in Honduras with family and members of the R&B group Ejypt. In these entries, she reflected on her personal life and career. A calmer side of her personality was on display, showing interests in numerology and yoga. She was in the process of setting up an educational center for Honduran children on 80 acres (320,000 m2) of land she owned.

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