The reign of girl power in the realm of funk began, and some say ended, with the all-female group of feminist funksters known as Klymaxx. The group of six succeeded in breaking down the boys only world of R&B in the mid ’80s with hits like “Meeting in the Ladies Room” and “The Men All Pause.” The ladies’ success also helped launch the careers of producing superstars Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.  After success with pop ballad “I Miss You,” it seemed these girls couldn’t be touched but the group split when the strains of success began to take its toll.  From their climb to success to their fall from grace, the ladies of Klymaxx shared their explosive story on Unsung.

What do you think of this Unsung story? Who do you think is unsung? Tell us in the comments, below.