18 Forgotten R&B Girl Groups Of The ’90s

As we continue to enjoy TLC Week here at VH1, we can help but get sucked by into the ’90s, when R&B was at its finest. From the early years of new jack swing to the house style that took over in the mid ’90s, the undercurrent of neo soul and the futuristic pop sounds that closed out the decade. But most importantly, ’90s R&B was the decade of the girl group. TLC was one of several groups that blew up nearly 20 years ago, helping to shape the music of our childhood. Everyone one from 702 to Brownstone and Jade to Xscape gave us something to remember.

1. 702

Who: Our list kicks off with a more memorable group, 702, who rocked out the late ’90s during the era of ’I’m not going to let my man do me wrong’ that saw the return of TLC and the rise of Destiny’s Child. Though they were formed in 1996, they didn’t peak until 1999 with their self-titled sophomore album. The group owes much of their success to Missy Elliott, who penned their biggest hits.

Biggest Hit: “Where My Girls At?”

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