|Born||March 28, 1966|
|Hometown||New York City, New York, United States|
|Net worth||$14 million|
- Celebrity·LA Times
Salt-N-Pepa revealed some dark truths about working as a woman in the music industry. Cheryl James said she was even asked to get an abortion.Thanks for your feedback!
The iconic hip-hop group is now forever cemented on the Walk of Fame, and they joined forces again to celebrateThanks for your feedback!
Salt-N-Pepa reunited for the special honor on Friday (Nov. 4).Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·E! News
On Nov. 4, Cheryl "Salt" James and Sandra "Pepa" Denton were joined by Deidra "DJ Spinderella" Roper to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Salt-N-Pepa. See the reunion.Thanks for your feedback!
It’s hard to imagine where music would be today without Salt-N-Pepa. Since forming in 1985, the group pioneered a pop-leaning hip-hop sound with such hits as “Push It,” “Shoop,” “Let’s Talk About Sex” and“Whatta Man,” leading the way for generations of female MCs who would follow. The members of Salt-N-Pepa, originally a trio comprising Salt, […]Thanks for your feedback!
It was announced on Tuesday (Oct. 25) that Salt-N-Pepa will receive their star, making them the 2,739th star on the Walk of Fame.Thanks for your feedback!
MC Lyte and Roxanne Shanté are set to speak at the ceremony.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·Atlanta Black Star
‘The Police Was Waiting for Us’: Salt-N-Pepa’s Sandra Denton Says Police Were Trying to Stop Them from Performing ‘Push It’ After Lyric Confusion
Salt-N-Pepa’s Sandra Denton recently revealed that the hip-hop group’s biggest record almost got them into some big trouble over the years while performing. During Glamour magazine’s Women […]Thanks for your feedback!
- US·The Chronicle, Centralia, Wash.
Sep. 3—Olympia-based nonprofit Community Farm Land Trust on Wednesday announced acquisition of 29 acres of the historic James family 1852 pioneer farm, located south of Rochester. The purchase was conducted on Aug. 3, according to a news release from the land trust. The farmland will continue to be used for food production and farming, the land trust says, and will be leased to Common Ground ...Thanks for your feedback!
- World·The Telegraph
Deepcut is the wound to the British Army that has never healed. Between 1995 and 2002 four recruits – the so-called ‘Deepcut Four’ – were found shot dead in separate incidents at the former Army training camp in Surrey. Sean Benton, 20; Cheryl James, 18; Geoff Gray, 17, and James Collinson, also 17, were all on guard duty at the time of their deaths. In each case, the army concluded that the young soldiers had taken their own lives. It was a conclusion that their grieving families could never acThanks for your feedback!