In 2003, this group of four Atlanta-based sisters released a Jermaine Dupri-produced single on Warner Bros. ("Miss P.") and appeared on Da Brat's "In Love wit Chu." An album for their label was due to follow, but it never surfaced, and mega-producer Jazze Pha eventually swept them up for his Capitol-supported Sho'nuff label. Though they're still in their late teens and early twenties, they write a lot of their lyrics, and they sound as sure of themselves on Unappreciated as any R&B group with a handful of albums behind them. However, it's clear that they're very much under the influence of their inspirations and contemporaries (from Destiny's Child to Ciara) and aren't yet able to distinguish themselves from what they've absorbed as music fans. Unappreciated is a boilerplate R&B album that's pleasant and likeable, yet it doesn't leave much of an impression and lacks character. Lead single "Do It to It," produced by Don Vito and Cheese, is emblematic in that it's the best track on the album and bears a tremendous resemblance to Ciara's Jazze Pha-produced hits (all the way down to its cadence).
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Performance CreditsCherish Primary Artist
Sean Paul Rap
Technical CreditsHoward White Engineer
Kevin Parker Engineer
Jazze Pha Producer,Executive Producer
Carlton Lynn Engineer
Don Vito Producer
Eric Roinestad Art Direction
Henry "Noonie" Lee Executive Producer
R. Kyle Frost Composer
Charles King Executive Producer
Nico Solis Engineer
Ced "Keyz" Williams Producer
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I love Cherish they are so cool.The song previews were nice.
I really really liked this cd. It has the style, personality, and tone of "The Writings On The Wall", and thats saying a lot because that album is a classic. This is in heavy rotation @ my house. Loved it!
the beat rocks.
I love cherish so much i just got this cd of theirs today for christmas.I love every song on their cd & i love them so much .Cherish is my favorie group ever
I was hesitant about the cd at first ,but after I listened a few times I knew it was a hit. I love the cd from beginning to end and you will too.