Let's Remember Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes with Her Finest Rap Verses

Lisa “Left Eye, whose dexterous raps took the smooth R&B of TLC to another level, would have been 43 on Monday.

Since her untimely death in a car crash in Honduras in 2002, Lopes’s legend has only grown – let’s celebrate her birthday by taking a look at her most famous verses.



TLC's Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins and Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas: We Never Broke Up

Sunday night’s VMAs were chock full of ’90s nostalgia.

Not only did ‘NSYNC reunite, but Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas of TLC took the stage to introduce Drake’s performance.

“We never broke up,” Watkins, 43, told PEOPLE at the ceremony’s red carpet arrivals in Brooklyn. “We’ve been doing shows overseas every year and have been busy being mommies. Chilli and I see each other all the time.”


TLC's Iconic Music Videos Reenacted in Biopic Trailer: What Do You Think?

CrazySexyCool or just crazy? You decide.

Keke Palmer, 19, Drew Sidora, 28, and Lil Mama, 23, have taken on roles as Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and the late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes (respectively) in VH1’s original movie, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story – But how do they match up?


Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes Could Tour with TLC as a Hologram

More than a decade after Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes died in a car crash in Honduras, the surviving members of TLC are planning a new album and a reunion tour in which Lopes could play a long-rumored starring role as a hologram.


TLC's Survivors Set to Say Goodbye

It’s over for the two surviving members of the onetime R&B trio TLC – who will stage their farewell live performance June 1 at New York radio station Z100’s annual Zootopia concert, to be held at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., reports Billboard.

Although TLC’s survivors, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas, have made sporadic public appearances since the April 2002 death of group member Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes in a car accident, the two have yet to perform together.

10,000 Singers, Fans Mourn Lisa Lopes

A capacity crowd of about 10,000 people, including such stars are - Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Keith Sweat, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds and Marion “Suge” Knight, packed a Georgia church on Thursday to say farewell to Grammy-winning TLC singer Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, who was remembered as a witty, creative musician and a generous daughter, reports the Associated Press. Lopes’s body was brought into the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in the Atlanta suburb of Lithonia in a white coffin with silver handles for the public funeral.

The Idyllic Last Days of Lisa Lopes

Only telling a few intimates of her intentions to live out her life on the Caribbean coast of Central America, TLC member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes had bought 80 acres in northern Honduras – where she planned to open a nature and crafts center for children from around the world, reports The New York Times. Lopes, 30, was killed in a car accident in the Central American country last Thursday, when the SUV she was driving went off the road and flipped over.

Lopes Autopsy Pending, Tributes Begin

The body of TLC member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes will remain in Honduras for a few more days, the U.S. Embassy in the Central American country told Reuters on Sunday. The R&B singer and rapper, 30, was killed Thursday in a car crash near Jutiapa, in northern Honduras. “The autopsy needs to be completed, so it will be Tuesday or Wednesday when the remains of Lisa Lopes leave for the United States,” embassy spokesman Gregory Adams, saying that the body is expected to be sent to Atlanta, told the news service.

Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes in Fatal Crash

Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, 30, the controversial member of the Grammy-winning R&B group TLC, was killed in a car crash Thursday night in Honduras, her record company announced. The singer was in the Central American country on vacation, said Arista Records, though the Associated Press reported that Lopes also often traveled to Honduras’s northern coast to help out with a nonprofit organization that sponsored a child development center there, U.S. Embassy spokesman Carlos Bakota said. Lopes was reportedly among seven people in the vehicle and the only fatality.