Tuesday, August 9, 2022

The Pulse of Entertainment: Black Music Honors Airs October 20 on Bounce TV, Performance by 702

Kameelah Williams of the group 702.

“All are awesome. We’ve singing two of their songs, ‘Who Can I Run To’ and ‘Understanding’,” said Kameelah Williams, of the platinum selling group 702, about performing at the “Black Music Honors” to be tapped September 5, 2019 at The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, GA. “So I don’t want to mess up their songs.”

The Black Music Honors will air in syndication on September 14 – October 20 and will air on Bounce TV on October 20 at 12pmEST. The other members of the group, which formed in 1996, are sisters LeMisha Grinstead and Irish Grinstead. The group was signed to Michael Bivins label Biv 10 distributed by Motown Records. They are noted for the hit songs “Stello” co-written by Missy Elliot, “Where My Girls At” and “Get It Together.” Their debut album “No Doubt” reached #1 on Billboard Charts. Their second album released in 1999 is self-titled “702,” which reached platinum status.

“We think it’s an honor to perform at the ‘Black Music Honors,’ that’s exciting,” Meelah said. “One of my favorites is ‘Steelo’. I get excited on that one. ‘Get it Together’ – that groove!”

Some of the other performers include Kelly Price, Mali Music, Tony Terry, and Keke Wyatt. Those to be honored include Yolanda Adams, Arrested Development, Freddie Jackson and Xscape. The Honors is produced by Central City Productions and will air as a two-hour ode’ to Black music’s contribution to American music.

“Heavenly influenced. All music influences us,” Meelah informed me when asked. “I grew up listening to all music. I love Jazz, Soul, R&B, Hip-Hop – black music – and Rock-N-Roll can’t leave that out!”

Meelah starred in the reality show “R&B Divas ATL” during the 3rd season, and is in a committed relationship with Musiq (Soulchild). They have a son named Zac. The group 702 disbanded in 2006 and regrouped in 2017. They have garnered American Music Award and BET Award nominations, and a Soul Train Award win. She recently released a solo single “I Do What I Feel Like” and is currently in the studio recording a solo album with Musiq.

“People recognized our music. I don’t have to sing the lead – its so flattering,” Meelah laughed. www.BlackMusicHonors.com

SYNDICATED COLUMN: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated weekly readership of over ¼ million with The Pulse of Entertainment. She is also a Public Relations Strategist and Business Management Consultant at Freelance Associates, and is Promotions Director (at-large) for The Baltimore Times. www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com. EVENT: Eunice is founder of the annual “Uplifting Minds II” Entertainment Conference (ULMII), into its 20th year. Next event dates include Los Angeles Saturday, November 9, 2019 at the Los Angeles Convention Center (511) and Baltimore Saturday April 18, 2020, held in partnership with Security Square Mall and The Baltimore Times. The free conference offers an Entertainment Business Panel and a Talent Showcase and Competition (vocal, songwriting, dance and acting) with over $15,000 valued in prizes/product/services to selected artists.  Log onto www.UpliftingMinds2.com for more information or to participate as a panelist or talent call 562-424-3836.


Dr. Eunice Moseleyhttp://www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com
Eunice Moseley is a syndicated columnist of The Pulse of Entertainment, which has an estimated syndicated readership of 1/4 million a week. She is also a PR/Media & Promotions consultant at her firm Freelance Associates (www.FreelanceAssociatesInc.com) located in Baltimroe and Los Angeles, is the founder and coordiantor of the 'Uplifting Minds II' Entertainment Conference (www.UpliftingMinds2.com) held annually in Baltimroe and Los Angeles, as well as, the Promotions Director (at-large) at The Baltimore Times.



  1. The songs attributed to 702 in the beginning of the article are actually Xscape songs. Kameelah Williams is in 702, but those tracks belong to XSC.

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