Where my girls at? '90s R&B girl group 702 are returning to music following the in the (reunited) steps New Edition, Xscape and SWV. In separate Instagram posts, Kameelah Williams, LeMisha Fields, and Irish Grinstead announced Wednesday the trio is reuniting and going on tour.
"It's OFFICIAL 702 is back in business!! We are now PERFORMING TOGETHER & coming to a city near you," Williams captioned her pic.
It has been 15 years since 702 released their last album Star on Motown Records, which produced the cult-classic hit "I Still Love You." The group was signed to Michael Bivins New Editon's Biv 10 imprint through Motown. 702 debut on their labelmates Subway's single "This Lil' Game We Play" in 1995. After that single went gold, 702 went on to record their debut album No Doubt which had production from Missy Elliott, Timbaland, and Donell Jones. The album went gold, and the group's self-titled follow-up, went platinum thanks to the success "Where My Girls At?"
No tour dates or new music have been announced yet, but looking at the group's Instagram comments they'll have no problem filling up their calendars with nationwide tour dates.
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