Season 13 of TV One’s award-winning hit docu-series, Unsung, continues with real stories of some of the most beloved artists in hip-hop, R&B, gospel, blues, and jazz. Check out the gallery to see who will be featured in these unparalleled, uncompromised stories of success and struggle in their path to stardom.
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702, B.B. King, Michel’e And More Get Their Stories Told On This Season Of ‘Unsung’ was originally published on globalgrind.com
1. Regina Belle
Regina Belle performs at the 27th Annual National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters Communication Awards Dinner at Omni Shoreham Hotel on March 4, 2011 in Washington, DC. regina belle,national association of black owned broadcasters communication awards
2. First Annual Teen Choice Awards – Arrivals
SANTA MONICA, CA – AUGUST 1: R&B group 702 (Irish Grinstead, Misha Grinstead and Kameelah Williams) attends the First Annual Teen Choice Awards on August 1, 1999 at the Barker Hangar, Santa Monica Air Center in Santa Monica, California. 702,teen choice awards,irish grinstead,misha grinstead,kameelah williams
3. Cheryl ‘Pepsi’ Riley
Cheryl ‘Pepsi’ Riley performs at the DKNY presents the Vanity Fair ‘In Concert’ series a tribute to Aaliyah in New York on October 22, 2002. vanity fair,cheryl pepsi riley,dkny
Downing’s career spans three decades and includes chart-topping singles in the Dance, R&B, and Jazz genres. The Prince of Sophisticated Soul became paralyzed by illness at the height of his career after suffering an auto-immune disease that threatened his life.
Known for her child-like speaking voice that was the polar opposite of her strong singing voice, Michel’le gave us hits such as “No More Lies”, “Nicety”, and “Something In My Heart”. Her tumultuous relationship with her mentor Dr. Dre and then equally volatile relationship with Suge Knight, caused her career to be cut short.