Famous being a backup vocalist for the 1960s, all-female vocal ensemble The Marvelettes, this BLACK doo wop, pop, and soul singer and dancer contributed to such hit singles as “Don’t Wreck havoc on Costs” and “Please Mr. Postman.” During her senior high school years, she was a founding person in a vocal group known as The Casinyets. After auditioning effectively for Motown Information, she and her musical collaborators transformed their group’s name towards the Marvels (and afterwards, The Marvelettes). Following 1970 breakup from the Marvelettes, she briefly attempted a single music profession. She was raised in Ann Arbor and Inkster, Michigan. She afterwards elevated two daughters: Kalaine and Keisha. She and Gladys Horton had been both members from the Marvelettes.