1996 seems like so long ago, but that’s the year the trio (who occasionally replaced members with the late Orish Grinstead) of Kameelah Williams and sisters LeMisha and Irish Grinstead released their debut album, No Doubt. They had originally come out years before and sang on the song, “This Lil Game We Play” with the group Subway. Anywho, they dropped classics like “Get It Together” and “Steelo” as a new and improved trio, but they had no hits greater than “Where My Girls At?” which was produced by Missy Elliott. After that, they had other good songs like “I Still Love You” and “Star,” but slowly but surely, the group became defunct. Kameela, who became the lead vocalist when they dropped their debut album, went on to become a solo artist and have a baby with Musiq Soulchild. She’s working on a solo disc now. Irish and LeMisha tried to release music with their sister Orish, but she passed away in 2008 of kidney failure. As great as their music was, they could never maintain the mainstream success they garnered from songs like “Where My Girls At?” and wound up being one of many black girl groups to dissolve. But I will say that the 702 album from a few years back was THE business.