The Emotions are one of the most influential girl groups of all time. The ladies have blessed the world with great tunes due to their strong connections to the music industry (Isaac Hayes & Maurice White from Earth, Wind & Fire).

The group is so influential, that the acts that came after that, couldn’t do anything without appreciating these lovely ladies..& giving them the flowers they deserve!

The 60s:

Albums Released: So I Can Love You.

Starting as a gospel group called “The Heavenly Sunbeams,” The Hutchinson sisters that consisted of Wanda, Sheila & Jeanette (younger sister Pamela joined later on) signed to Stax Records in the late 60s, & released their debut album under the guidance of the late & great Isaac Hayes & David Porter.

The 70s:

Albums Released: Untouched, Flowers, Rejoice, Sunbeam, Sunshine, Come into Our World.

The group continued to release music through the Stax label until it became defunct in the mid 70s.

The group signed to Columbia Records, & they formed a professional relationship with Maurice White Of Earth, Wind & Fire..& the rest is history. Their number one hit record “Best of My Love” is one of the best songs ever.

The 80s:

Albums Released: New Affair, Sincerely, If I Only Knew.

The group continued to drop memorable tunes in the 80s.

The Emotions will always reign supreme when it comes to girl groups. The girls still perform to this day, being appreciated for the Legends they are. Cherish them always! -MJ

Hi! My name is Markiz (pronounced MARR-keez,) Johnson. Welcome to my blog! I've been told for YEARS that I should have one lol, so it's been in the making for a while. I'm excited for you to read my thoughts and opinions about the Entertainment industry, current events, and everyday life. I am a Senior at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in Kenosha WI, & I am studying Communication & Sociology. There's a little info about me. Stay tuned for my podcast "Tea With Kiz," on iTunes & soundcloud! ❤️

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