- Baby D (D’Bora)
- RD Smiley
- DJ LaSpank
- Sweet P
They were the sister group to Grandwizard Theodore and the L Brothers.
They shared the same manager Trevor.
Baby D was taught to scratch by Grandwizard Theodore.
She later went on to released the track “No Sense”.
They were featured on Donald D’s recording “Don’s Groove” in the early 1980′s.
Although they never had their own record deal and are rarely mentioned, they paved the way for many females to follow.
Sweet P and Sty-Sty were later members.
On May 3, 2000, The Mercedes Ladies were presented with the Hip-Hop Heritage Award from ICAST.com.
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