The Good Girls formed in the late 80s in Los Angeles, California and was comprised of Joyce Tolbert, Shireen Crutchfield, and DeMonica Santiago. The group was signed to Motown Records and were groomed to be a new version of The Supremes.
The group released their first album, All For Your Love in 1989. The album was heavily influenced by Teddy Riley and the beginnings of his New Jack Swing movement. It scored two moderate hits with 'Your Sweetness' and 'Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart,' both of which reached the top ten on the R&B charts.
In 1990, the group's success peaked with two successful tours. The group was a part of Motown's MotorTown Tour and later that year, were on New Kids On The Block's No More Games tour.
Just Call Me, The Good Girls second album, was released in 1992. The album had a few small hits but none of the tracks ever broke the top 40 on the R&B charts. Following the release of the album, the girls disappeared from the music industry.