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April 30, 2018 / Posted by:

Cherr-fuckin-elle!

If you’re someone who looks for Cherrelle and Alexander O’Neal’s Saturday Love at karaoke, because you get hard in the nips from singing both parts, then remind me to never go to karaoke with you. Because that’s my thing, and I really don’t want to get dragged out of a karaoke bar after getting into a tussle with you over who gets to do Saturday Love.

Cherrelle still humps the eardrums of her fans at festivals around the country, but back in the golden era of music known as the 1980s, she was the sugar-voiced R&B pop funk chanteuse who really deserved to be a bigger star. I mean, we’ve heard the words, “And the Grammy goes to… Meghan Trainor.” But we’ve never heard the words, “And the Grammy goes to… Cherr-fuckin-elle!” What is this world?

Cherrelle (born name: Cheryl Anne Norton), who is Pebbles’ cousin, was a background singer for various artistes, including Luther Vandross, before she got a record deal. Before working with Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis produced Cherrelle’s first album, Fragile, and on it was the pop funk flawless diamond from 1984 I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On (which Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis wrote). It was Cherrelle’s first hit, and the King Kong-themed video is a masterpiece from her AquaNet covered grandma mop (at the 1:14 mark) to the breakdancing King Kong. King Kong (2005) and King Kong (1976) don’t exist to me. This is the only King Kong remake I want.

Robert Palmer and Mariah Carey both did covers of I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On, but nothing turns me on like the original.

On Cherrelle’s second album, 1985’s High Priority, she joined musical forces with Alexander O’Neal and they became the best thing to happen to ears since an ear spoon. Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis wrote another classic when they wrote Saturday Love. You know a song is going to be solid gold when it starts with breathy talk. What Cherrelle says at the beginning of Saturday Love is the exact same thing I say to a Double-Double when I get my order at In-N-Out.

The duo that Lionel Richie and Diana Ross WISHES they could be struck magic again with Never Knew Love Like This. 

Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis once again produced Cherrelle’s third album, Affair, which sounded like it was filled with rejected songs that didn’t make Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation. But I’m not hating, because if you’re going to knock off Rhythm Nation, this is how you do it.

And finally, let’s end with a video from 2013 of Cherrelle showing the kids that she’s still got it. I see that Cherrelle was not trying to turn the audience on by having her right titty flop out.

Cherrelle went from being a sweet coquette-ish daisy to being the sandpaper-voiced auntie who will fuck a bitch up. The Cherrelle of the 80s performed I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On like a flirty eye flutter of a song, and the Cherrelle of 2013 performs it like an aggressive, rough fuck-time anthem. That’s called evolving. A true artist, that Cherrelle is!

Pic: Universal Music Group

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