Named after their hometown area code, Las Vegas trio 702 featured sisters Irish and LeMisha Grinstead and Kameelah Williams singing hip hop-inflected R&B. Initially discovered by comedian Sinbad and later signed by New Edition’s Michael Bivens, the group first appeared on the single, “This Lil Game We Play” by the short-lived male quartet, Subway. They went on to achieve success with their debut album, No Doubt, which featured production by Missy Elliot and produced chart-topping singles like "Steelo," "All I Want" and "Get It Together." Their popularity led to television appearances on Nickelodeon and shows like Moesha and Sister, Sister. The group’s second album produced their biggest hit, “Where My Girls At?” and their third and final album, produced in large part by the Neptunes, was a fan favorite and, though it did not chart as well as their previous releases, it was some of their best work.