Formed in high school in Las Vega. Originally a quartet, but Orish Grinstead left. Irish Grinstead, Kameelah Williams, and Lemisha Grinstead are the remaining member
Auditioned for Sinbad in Atlanta. Won second place in a music talent competition. Signed to Biv 10 Records.
Changed their name from Sweeter Than Sugar to 702 (Las Vegas' area code). Debuted on Subway's "This Lil' Game We Play" commercial in 1995.
Signed to Motown Records through a joint venture deal. Released three studio albums: No Doubt (1996), 702 (1998), and Star (2003). Had four singles reach the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, with two singles.
Second single from their debut album, No Doubt. Peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Written by Donell Jones.
Lead single from their debut album, No Doubt. Peaked at No. 32 on the Billboard Hot 100. Re-fashioned into a Nickelodeon theme song for the show Cousin Skeeter.
Most commercially successful song to date. Written by Missy Elliott. Peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Star Era Crafted By Pharrell And The Neptunes
Third studio album, Star, released in 2003. Pharrell Williams wrote several of the songs on the album. The Neptunes produced the two lead singles: "Star" and "I Still Love You".
Life After 702 and the Reunion Tour
Disbanded in the mid-2000s. Reunited in 2017 to perform at the Soul Train Music Awards. Going on tour in the upcoming year.
702 Member Irish Grinstead Dies at 43, Leaving Behind a Legacy of R&B Hits