The singer battled stage 4 adrenal cancer for the past year.
LFO singer Devin Lima died at age 41 on Wednesday morning (Nov. 21) following a yearlong battle with stage 4 cancer, according to TMZ. (Editor's note: Bandmate Brad Fischetti confirmed Lima's death on Thursday (Nov. 22) in a video tribute.)
The pop trio that formed in 1995 in Massachusetts as Lyte Funkie Ones broke up in 2010, following the death of lead singer/songwriter Rich Cronin from leukemia, then reunited in 2017 as a duo featuring Lima and third original member, Brad Fischetti.
In October of 2017, the group canceled a planned tour in the wake of new that Lima was diagnosed with stage 4 adrenal cancer, with Lima revealing at the time that he had undergone surgery to remove a massive tumor from his abdomen. At the time, a spokesperson for the band said that the tumor surgery left Lima without his adrenal gland and one of his kidneys and while the tumor was entirely removed, there was concern that some cancer cells may still have been present.