The four sisters who comprise R&B group Cherish have the rare combination of talent,
intelligence and beauty that music scouts look for when trying to assemble the perfect group.
Thing is, nothing about the Atlanta-based group is manufactured. Farrah (22), Neosha (20), and
twins Felisha and Fallon (18), are naturally sophisticated enough to appeal to grown folks yet
edgy enough to wow younger audiences.
“My style is really more cool and laid back,” Fallon says. “I’m the lowest note out of the group
and I have sort of a soothing, airy feel to my voice. Farrah’s the sophisticated one in the group.
Felisha and I are kinda tomboyish while Neosha is the sexy one. She’s the soprano. We all have
our unique sound.”
Having penned most of the songs on Unappreciated, their first album for Sho’Nuff/Capitol, each
member of Cherish brings her own flavor to the group, resulting in a knock-out musical
presentation that ranges from sassy to sensuous to crunk. “We write the music that we can relate
to, that we want to dance to and get crunk in a club to,” Felisha says. “It’s definitely a good
thing when you can portray your style and what everybody else your age, older or younger, is
The infectious lead single “Do It To It,” produced by Don Vito (Jagged Edge, Mya), finds
Cherish coming out the gate fresh and sassy with a sexy street sizzler that is a sure bet for the
clubs and the airwaves. “All four of us put our heads together for this song,” Felisha says of the
cut, which features a guest rap from Sean Paul of YoungBloodZ. “We put our ideas down and
thought about what young people wanted to hear nowadays. Being from Atlanta, we had to add
that A-Town feel to it. We gotta represent where we’re from.”
Also on Cherish’s musical menu are a variety of ballads and uptempo joints that talk about life,
love and relationships from the perspective of young women documenting the various stages of
dating. The enticing ballad “Whenever,” produced by Jasper (Nelly, Chris