Pic Cred via Facebook, Cherish.

Pic Cred via Facebook @ Cherish

 

Remember the all-girl group Cherish? Have you ever wondered what happened to them? If so, then you are not alone. Cherish, first appeared on the music scene in 2003, with Da Brat on her single ” In Love With Chu”. After their debut on that song, the group, made up of sisters; Fallon, Felisha, Farrah, and Neosha, decided to drop their debut single “Miss P” in July of 2003, but the single wasn’t received greatly by fans in the US and barely made it onto the Hot R&B/ Hip-Hop Songs Chart. Due to this setback, the group’s album was never released.

Although having this setback, the group persisted on making it big in the music industry. They were featured on The Powerpuff Girls Movie soundtrack with the song “Chemical X”. In 2006, the group made the ultimate comeback with their hit single/ club banger “Do it, to it”. The song peaked at number 10 on US R&B Charts. With this spark finally came their debut album; Unappreciated. This album was ranked number 4 on Billboard’s Top 200 albums. The group released their second single also titled “Unappreciated”. Cherish reached major success with the singles and the debut of their first album but with success comes struggle. In 2008, they released their second album; The Truth, but it didn’t make it to the top 20 on the music charts and the release of their single “Killa” featuring Yung Joc, made it to the Top 40 music charts. The band dismembered after that due to sibling rivalry and friction.

Now these days, both Felisha and Fallon write songs for other artists such just Tamar Braxton, Sevyn Streeter and Jacob Latimore.  The twins also have a song on their SoundCloud page as well. Hopefully, we can see a Cherish reunion one day, but as for now, all we have are great music from them for us to enjoy.

 

 

 

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