Editors’ Notes Three girls from the Brewster-Douglass housing project in Detroit, Michigan, formed the legendary girl group The Supremes in 1958. Florence Ballard, Betty McGlown, and a girl who then went by the name Diane Ross were signed to Motown Records in 1961, where they would soon become the biggest girl group of all time. Their songs featured a mix of bouncy, adolescent songs with sophisticated tunes. Soon, Ross (who had long since changed her first name to Diana) struck out on her own and embarked on a legendary solo career, relegating The Supremes' magical time at the top to the R&B history books.

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