After years of infighting and turmoil, platinum-selling girl group 702 has announced their reunion and subsequent tour.
The group consisting of lead singer, Kameelah Williams and sisters Irish Grinstead and LeMisha Fields, released a statement to BET, sharing how excited they are to be in a great place with one another and to hit the road once more.
“We all have grown so much and we felt like the timing was right! And we really missed each other performing on stage together.”
The trio released hits like “Where My Girls At?” “Steelo,” “Get It Together,” and “All I Want” throughout the 90s. The group disbanded after the release of their third album, STAR, with there reportedly being issues between Williams and her sibling band mates. The crew reunited during the 2017 Soul Train Awards.
702 has yet to release official tour dates.
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