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Cheryl Pepsii Riley stops by Life and the Public Figure

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Ms. Cheryl Pepsii Riley stops by to talk to LaDonna Raeh on Life and the Publice Figure. Please join us as we talk about how she got started in the music business and where it took her throughout her life. Not to mention, where she is now!

In 1988 her debut album, "Me, Myself, and I". This album, unlike most being released during that time, featured songs filled with positive and encouraging messages. From that album, Cheryl recorded her #1 smash hit "Thanks For My Child". 

Cheryl has taken her acting even further and made her film debut in 1999 in the celebrated independent film and winner of a 1999 urban film festival award, "Colorz of Rage". This show stopping performer was featured in the stage play, "Madea's Class Reunion", written by and co-starring Mr. Tyler Perry. Currently, you can see and hear her artistry in the 2005 Blockbuster #1 hit movie and soundtrack, "Diary of A Mad Black Woman", as well as onstage with the stage play "Madea Goes To Jail", also written, produced, and starring Mr. Perry. 

Her new CD, entitled "Let Me Be Me", is available right now!

An Artist, An Actress, A Lady, A Blessing!