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Kameelah "Meelah" Williams

Lead Singer, 702
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Kameelah Williams, (born March 8, 1978) commonly known as Meelah, is an American recording artist best known for being the lead singer of the trio “702". 702 consisted of Williams and sisters LeMisha and Irish Grinstead, who were students at the Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts. Actor and comedian Sinbad and recording artist Michael Bivins discovered the girls and was then signed by Motown Records with best known song as "Where My Girls At". After splitting up with the group later on, Meelah also featured on the third season of R&B Divas: Atlanta and has also released singles.

Last Updated: June 16, 2018

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