The most flamboyant member of the award-winning, multi-platinum contemporary R&B trio TLC, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes is a singer and rapper who died tragically in 2002 at age 30. In addition to the chart-topping TLC hits "Creep," "Waterfalls," "No Scrubs," and "Unpretty," she released a solo album, Supernova (2001), overseas shortly before her untimely death. Born Lisa Lopes on May 27, 1971, in Philadelphia, PA, she moved to Atlanta, GA, in 1990 and co-founded TLC shortly thereafter. Upon signing to LaFace Records, the Atlanta-based label of R&B hitmakers Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Antonio "L.A." Reid, TLC recorded their full-length album debut with producers Dallas Austin, Jermaine Dupri, and Marley Marl, in addition to Babyface and Reid. The resulting album, Ooooooohhh.... On the TLC Tip (1992), was a break-out hit that spawned a few Top Ten hits ("Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg," "What About Your Friends," "Baby-Baby-Baby") representative of the trio's early style, informed by new jack swing as well as hip-hop.