Cherrelle, born Cheryl Anne Norton on October 13, 1958, is an American R&B singer known for her soulful vocals and contributions to the music scene in the 1980s and 1990s. She gained prominence through her collaborations with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the renowned producers associated with the Minneapolis sound. Cherrelles’ breakthrough came with her 1984 album “Fragile,” featuring the hit “I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On.” She continued to achieve success with subsequent albums, including “High Priority” (1985) and “Affair” (1988). Collaborations with Alexander O’Neal, particularly on the duet “Saturday Love,” further solidified her place in the R&B genre.

Known for her dynamic stage presence and smooth vocal delivery, Cherrelle’s impact extends beyond her solo career. Her work in the ’80s and ’90s continues to be celebrated, and she remains a significant figure in the history of R&B and soul music.

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