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Singer Kameelah Williams, also known as Meelah, is best known for being the lead singer of the 90s R&B trio, 702. But the trio wasn’t always a trio. As Kameelah tells Ed Lover & Monie Love, her addition to the group certainly shook things up for the girls, and may have caused some of the problems that eventually lead to their split.


She talks about the very beginning; how she became the third member of the group after they had already put out a single, and why a fourth was never re-added. Click on the audio player to hear more of this exclusive interview in this clip from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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