Devin Lima wiki, Devin Lima Bio
Devin Lima wiki: Devin Lima was born 18 March 1977, in Boston, Massachusetts, the USA as Harold Lima. He was a musician renown as one of three vocalists of 90’s pop group LFO, otherwise known as Lyte Funkie Ones, which became famous after releasing their 1999 hit “Summer Girls.”
Devin Lima Lyte Funkie Ones (LFO) Band
Devin Lima joined the LFO band in 1999, replacing member Brian Gillis (aka Brizz), who was with the group since its start in 1995. He was initially an employee at a department store before joining the boy band
LFO is renown for selling more than 4 million records worldwide, is best known for their hit songs “Summer Girls,” “Girl on TV” (the music video featured actress Jennifer Love Hewitt), and “Every Other Time.”
Their debut album, “LFO,” sold more than 2.5 million copies worldwide, and scored two Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, with “Summer Girls” and “Girl on TV.” Their sophomore and final album, “Life Is Good,” debuted in 2001.
LFO band gained popularity in the ’90s. It consisted of Lima and Brad Fischetti. The pop group was initially a trio, with lead singer Rich Cronin, but disbanded in 2010 after his death to leukemia at the age of 35.
Lima and Fischetti reunited and resumed touring in 2017. They released their first new song in 15 years, “Perfect 10.”
Devin Lima Cancer
The band was set to commence touring earlier 2018, but put their plans on hold when Lima was hospitalized in December 2017 after doctors discovered a tumor “the size of a football” on his adrenal gland Cancer spread to Lima’s kidney, which had to be removed.
Devin Lima Death and Cause
Devin Lima died early Wednesday morning, 21st November 2018 after a year-long battle with stage 4 cancer. He was 41 old as at the time of his death.
Confirming the death, his mother, Filomena Lima, told Us Weekly “My son has passed away, His fiancée was living with him and let us know that he passed at 2:45 Wednesday morning, 21st November 2018. He had been struggling for 13 months since his cancer diagnosis. TMZ was first to report the sad news.