Where My Girls At? 702 Announces Reunion Tour, Reality Show In The Works

Posted April 17, 2018

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Following the super successful and profitable reunion of 90’s group Xscape, one of our other fave R&B female group has decided to reunite and hit the road.

The ladies of platinum-selling trio 702 which  consists of Meelah Williams, and sisters Irish Grinstead and LeMisha Fields, have decided to join forces once more and bring their music back to the fans.

Known for their biggest hits “Steelo” and “Get It Together,” from their 1996 debut album, which sold over 500,000 copies, and their smash “Where My Girls At?” from their 1999 self titled ‘702’ album, which went platinum. The group recorded their last album ‘Star’ and released that in 2003 before disbanding in 2006.

The ladies recently reunited at the 2017 Soul Train Music Awards last November, which sparked immediate speculation of permanent reunion plans and now this week the ladies have made the official announcement.

The news comes on the heels of Meelah’s recent single ‘Desert Love‘ being released. The singer has continued to release solo singles over the past few years while the group was on hiatus. No word on whether there will be a new group project, but for now just a tour has been confirmed and the reunion will reportedly be documented for a tentative reality show according to reports.

Get into the announcement below.

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Former 702 lead singer Meelah Williams has been pretty silent musically since the release of
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