Cheryl Anne Norton, better known as R&B singer Cherrelle, started her career in music singing with Norman Conners and touring with Luther Vandross. Her cousin Perri McKissack, who was later known as Pebbles, was a backup vocalist for Con Funk Shun at the time. In 1983 Cherrelle got signed to Tabu Records for a solo debut album, her very successful album featured the production of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. In 1985 Cherrelle returned to the studio with Jam & Lewis to record her follow-up album - High Priority - which featured her hit Saturday Love. The song is a duet with Alexander O'Neil, who was singing back-up with S.O.S. Band at the time. In 1987, Pebbles finally got her break, and released her solo debut. She would go on to release several hits, marry record executive L.A. Reid, and in 1990 she created - and managed - the pop group TLC.
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