Kameelah Williams looks back on her experience in the 90s R&B group 702, and explains what she realized they could have done better. She talks about working with Missy Elliott, and the tragic passing that struck one of the group’s members. She explains why, despite the fact that 702 was successful and producing hits on the charts, they never lasted past their three albums.
She breaks down all of the facets that made up the reason for the group’s disbanding. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview from the “Ed Lover Show.”
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Kameelah Williams Reveals What Finally Broke Up 702
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