imageMissez were an R&B female trio from the 2000s that consisted of Keyshia (born in Germany), Tomi (from Columbus, Ohio) and Rashe (from Los Angeles, California).

Keyshia was a military brat, born to a German mother & an African-American father. She grew up in Orlando, Florida and Las Vegas, Nevada. She has been performing since she was seven years old.

Tomi performed in musicals in high school. Rashe grew up in a musical family, sang in a choir and studied dance.

The trio signed to Interscope Records in late 2005 and later put under Geffen Records on the label Fo’Reel Entertainment. In May of 2006, Rashe replaced former member Rocky, who left the group.

imageDuring that same year, they released their debut single “Love Song” (featuring rapper Pimp C.) which peaked at #53 on Billboard’s Hot R&B\Hip-Hop Songs chart, staying on the chart for 20 weeks. There is also another version featuring rapper Paul Wall.

After that, nothing much has been heard from Missez and it doesn’t appear that they ever released an album at all. It appears as if they’ve faded into obscurity.

To see the music video for “Love Song” (featuring Pimp C.), go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Love Song” (featuring Paul Wall), go to:

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