In 1984, Cheryl Anne Norton, appeared on the Minneapolis Music Scene via Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis' Flyte Tyme Productions with her awesome debut, "Fragile" and hit single, "I Didn't Mean To Turn You On." One might say that aside of Klymaxx in 1982, Cherrelle WAS the Princess of Flyte Tyme, that is, until "Miss (Janet) Jackson" stepped in in 1986 to take "Control" of the R&B music scene for almost the following two decades.
Here, you have the most comprehensive Cherrelle collection to date with incredible sound and a generous, almost 30-song, double-disc heaping serving of her biggest hits, some rare remixes and a handful of selections from her 1991 non-Flyte Tyme-produced album, "The Woman I Am." Of all the Cherrelle compilations which have presented over the past 15 years, this one is, hands DOWN, the BEST and the most COMPLETE!
Anything released by Music Club Deluxe, is not only affordable, but features insightful essays as well as boasts awesome sound! You WON'T be disappointed. Also check out their recently released Alexander O'Neal and S.O.S. Band 2-CD sets which are JUST AS AWESOME!!!