Sequal was an American Latin freestyle female duo from Miami, composed of Angie Vollaro and Maria Christensen. The duo was founded in 1984 by producer Lewis A. Martineé. The name-sake Sequal, was to be the follow-up band to the immense popularity set forth by his first incarnation known as the group Exposé.
The group's first releases in 1985–86; "It's Not Too Late", "Stand By" and "She Don't Want You", were on Jose Armada Jr.'s primary independent label Joey Boy Records in Miami and became club smash hits.
In 1988, with the success of their club hits, the group was signed with major label Capitol/EMI Records, releasing its only self-titled album, which had a plethora of producers, including Stock Aitken Waterman ("Tell Him I Called"), Kurtis Mantronik ("Tell the Truth"), Michael Morejon, and Martineé. Neither the album nor the singles hit the pop charts, although some singles did become club hits.
The group split in 1990, and Christensen later formed the group 3rd Party in the late 1990s; that group’s major claim to fame was the song "Waiting for Tonight", which Jennifer Lopez covered on her debut album.
In 2008, the duo reunited and released the song "My Love for You", available on iTunes.