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Full Name  Cheryl Riley
Labels  Arista
Children  John Grace
Genres  Gospel Soul R&B
Spouse  Mike Grace (m. 2003–2009)
Website  cherylpepsiiriley.com
Role  Singer
Years active  1985–present
Name  Cheryl Riley

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Born  October 18, 1968 (age 47) (1968-10-18) Brooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation  Singer-songwriter Actress
Associated acts  Tamela Mann, D'atra Hicks, Michel'le, Keith Sweat, Babyface, Johnny Gill
Similar People  Chandra Currelley‑Young, Patrice Lovely, Tyler Perry, Black Rob, Meli'sa Morgan
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Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley (born October 18, 1968) is an American R&B/Soul and Gospel singer and actress. She is best known for her 1988 ballad "Thanks for My Child." She also starred in Tyler Perry's stageplays including; Madea's Class Reunion (2003) and Why Did I Get Married? (2006).

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Early life and career

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Born Cheryl Ann Riley in Brooklyn, New York she worked as a nurse for handicapped children before beginning her singing career. She topped the US R&B chart and hit the Top 40 on the pop chart at #32 with the 1988 ballad, "Thanks for My Child," a song written by Full Force. It peaked at #75 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1989. The genesis of "Thanks for My Child" began with Full Force member Bowlegged Lou's experience with the complications of his wife's first pregnancy.

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The title track single to her debut LP Me Myself and I made it to number 18 on the R&B charts in early 1989. Another single, "Every Little Thing About You," peaked at number 55 on the R&B charts later that year. Her second LP, Chapters, was issued and yielded the singles "How Can You Hurt the One You Love" and a cover of Aretha Franklin's 1968 hit "Ain't No Way". Her third album All That! was released by Reprise, and featured the singles "Gimme" and "Guess I'm in Love."

Later career

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After a hiatus from the entertainment industry, Riley re-emerged in the late 90's by appearing on the songs "I Love It" and "Look Around" on The Beatnuts album A Musical Massacre. Riley also starred in a number of gospel plays for best-selling playwright Tyler Perry, including Madea's Class Reunion, Madea Goes to Jail, Why Did I Get Married?, Laugh to Keep from Crying, Madea's Big Happy Family and the most recent, A Madea Christmas. Riley also appeared in the film versions of Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Madea's Big Happy Family. She is also starred in Tyler Perry's Madea Gets A Job (2012) and Tyler Perry's Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned (2014). On June 27, 2006, she released her first album in fourteen years, called Let Me Be Me.

Personal life

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In 2003, she married New York native Mike Grace and together they had a son named John Grace. In a recent interview with Lenny Green she mentioned that the couple had divorced.

Albums

  • 1988: Me, Myself & I (#128 Billboard 200, #9 R&B/Hip-Hop Albums)
  • 1991: Chapters (#62 R&B/Hip-Hop Albums)
  • 1993: All That!
  • 2006: Let Me Be Me
  • 2015: Still Believe
  • References

    Cheryl Pepsii Riley Wikipedia


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