CLL #1009 (feat. 702 with Riki Rachtman)
08/11/1999 – Wednesday Night Show
Source – Unknown Tape Source
This is a new export of the only known source, the episode is roughly 50% complete. This partial/incomplete episode is the 2nd hour of the show and features one very dark call up top and then a bizarre and funny call from a guy who is into bondage towards the end of the show. Some fans did not enjoy Riki’s participation during this episode, once again decide for yourself. The women from 702 only stayed for the first hour and then the first break of the 2nd hour.
From Wiki: 702 (pronounced “Seven-Oh-Two”), named after the area code of their hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada, was an American platinum-selling trio, with the final and most known line up consisting of: Kameelah Williams, Irish and LeMisha Grinstead. The group was originally a quartet with three sisters, twins Irish and Orish Grinstead (born June 2, 1980), LeMisha ‘Misha’ Grinstead (born June 10, 1978) and their cousin Amelia Childs whom featured on Subway’s hit single “This Lil’ Game We Play”. After the exit of Amelia, friend Kameelah Williams joined the group signing with Motown records recording songs such as “Steelo” and “Get It Together“. Orish Grinstead (twin sister of Irish) then left the group even though vocals on the first released album No Doubt in 1996 which sold 500,000 copies in the United States. In 1999 the trio released the most famous 702 song called “Where My Girls At?” on the album 702 which gained a high level of success for the group selling 1,000,000 copies in the United States. Lead singer Kameelah then left the group in 2001 and was then replaced by Cree La’More. Even though the new line-up released a single called “Pootie Tang” for the Pootie Tang soundtrack, Kameelah returned and replaced La’More, and released the album Star which is mostly remembered for the single “I Still Love You”. The group then disbanded in 2006.
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