Neneh Cherry Biography
Neneh Mariann Karlsson born on 10th March 1964, better known as Neneh Cherry, is a Swedish singer-songwriter, rapper, occasional DJ and broadcaster. To date, Cherry has released four studio albums. Her first, Raw Like Sushi was released 1989 and peaked at number three on the UK Album Chart, thanks in large part to the worldwide hit single “Buffalo Stance”.
Her second studio album was 1992’s Homebrew. Four years later she released Man, and then released her most recent studio album Blank Project in 2014. In addition to releasing these studio albums, she formed the band cirKus in 2006 and has collaborated with The Thing, releasing an album entitled The Cherry Thing in 2012. She also performed in a number of punk and post-punk bands in her youth, including The Slits and Rip Rig + Panic.
Cherry was born as Neneh Mariann Karlsson in Stockholm, the daughter of Monica “Moki” Karlsson, a Swedish painter and textile artist, and the musician Ahmadu Jah. Jah was born in Sierra Leone, the son of a chief, and went to Stockholm to study engineering at university.
Cherry’s mother married the influential American jazz musician Don Cherry, who helped raise Cherry since birth. Cherry took her stepfather’s surname. Cherry has a half-sister, singer Titiyo, and half-brother, record producer Cherno Jah, from her father Ahmadu Jah’s marriage to Maylen Jah (née Bergström). Cherry also has a half-brother, musician Eagle-Eye Cherry, a stepsister, violinist Jan Cherry, and a stepbrother, jazz musician David Ornette Cherry from stepfather Don Cherry’s side.
Cherry’s parents, Moki and Don Cherry, bought and converted an old schoolhouse in the countryside outside the small town of Hässleholm in Sweden in 1970. In the early 1970s, the family moved to the United States, when Don Cherry taught at Dartmouth College. Cherry dropped out of school at 14 and moved to London.
She was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1990, but lost to Milli Vanilli. The winning duo then had their award revoked due to a lip-syncing scandal.
Neneh Cherry Buffalo Stance
“Buffalo Stance” is a 1988 single recorded by Neneh Cherry, which she released on her debut album, Raw Like Sushi. The song peaked at No. 3 on both the UK Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100.
Neneh Cherry Woman
Neneh Cherry Songs
- 7 Seconds
- Buddy X
- Buffalo Stance
- Carry Me
- Feel It
- Golden Ring
- Had You In Me
- Inna City Mamma
- Kisses On The Wind
- Love Can Build A Bridge
- Love Ghetto
- Money Love
- Move With Me
- Outre Risque Locomotive
- Phoney Ladies
- Red Paint
- So Here I Come
- The Next Generation
- Together Now
- Trouble Man
- You’re My Kind Of Climate
Neneh Cherry Raw Like Sushi
Raw Like Sushi is the debut album by Swedish musician Neneh Cherry, released 5 June 1989 on Virgin Records. The album is best known for featuring the worldwide hit single “Buffalo Stance”.
|1.||“Buffalo Stance”||Jamie J. Morgan, Cameron McVey, Neneh Cherry, Phillip Ramacon||5:42|
|2.||“Manchild”||Cameron McVey, Neneh Cherry, Robert “3D” Del Naja||3:51|
|3.||“Kisses on the Wind”||3:57|
|4.||“Inna City Mamma”||Cameron McVey, Neneh Cherry, Phil Chill||4:50|
|5.||“The Next Generation”||5:04|
|9.||“Outré Risqué Locomotive”||Cameron McVey, Neneh Cherry, Will Malone||5:04|
|10.||“So Here I Come”||Cameron McVey, Neneh Cherry, Phil Chill||4:02|
|11.||“My Bitch” (Bonus track)||5:26|
|12.||“Heart (It’s a Demo)” (Bonus track)||4:52|
|13.||“Buffalo Stance (Sukka mix)” (Bonus track)||5:20|
|14.||“Manchild (The Old School mix)” (Bonus track)||5:30|
Neneh Cherry Daughter(s)
Mabel McVey born on February 19, 1996, mononymously known by her stage name Mabel, is a Swedish-British singer and songwriter based in London. Born in Málaga, Spain and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, she is the daughter of singer and songwriter Neneh Cherry and Massive Attack record producer Cameron McVey. She now mostly lives in London.
Mabel is mostly known for starting her own musical career in 2015 with her debut single entitled “Know Me Better”. She is also known for the 2017 hit “Finders Keepers” and the associated music video, as well as her new song “Fine Line” in addition with working repeatedly with renowned songwriter and record producer Joel Pott. She has since released her 2017 debut extended play (EP) Bedroom, a 2017 mixtape Ivy to Roses with the song “Begging”, and is working on her unnamed debut album.
Mabel opened for Harry Styles during the European part of the second leg of his tour “Harry Styles: Live on Tour”.
Neneh Cherry 7 Seconds
“7 Seconds” is a song composed by Youssou N’Dour, Neneh Cherry, Cameron McVey and Jonathan Sharp. It was released in 1994 as a single performed by Youssou N’Dour and Neneh Cherry. It achieved much success, reaching the top chart position in numerous countries.
Neneh Cherry Children
She has three(3) daughters.;
- Mabel McVey
- Naima Karlsson
- Tyson Mc Vey
Neneh Cherry Manchild
“Manchild” is a 1989 single recorded by Neneh Cherry, released as the second single from her debut album, Raw Like Sushi. The single was a top 10 success in the UK, New Zealand, and several European countries. “Manchild” did not chart in the US.
Neneh Cherry Brother
Cherry was born in Stockholm, Sweden, the son of jazz artist Don Cherry and Swedish painter/textile artist Monika Cherry (née Karlsson). He is the fourth of five siblings. He is the half-brother of singer Neneh Cherry (his mother’s daughter) and stepbrother to singer Titiyo. Other half-brothers are violinist Jan Cherry, Christian Cherry, and jazz musician David Ornette Cherry. At the age of 12, Cherry was sent to school in New York City. He remained there to work as an actor and a drummer in various bands. At 16, he enrolled in the High School of Performing Arts in New York in the same class as Jennifer Aniston and Chaz Bono.
Neneh Cherry Albums
|Year||Album details||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
|1989||Raw Like Sushi||3||30||7||—||10||11||—||9||6||2||40|
|with The Thing:|
|2012||The Cherry Thing||50||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|“—” denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.|
|1997||Remixes (as by Neneh Chérie)|
|1997||Neneh Cherry at Glastonbury Festival 1997|
Neneh Cherry Family
She was born in Stockholm, Sweden, raised by her adoptive father Don Cherry, an American jazz musician, and her mother, a painter and visual artist. She has three children who all became musicians in their own right, Mabel, Naima and Tyson.
Neneh Cherry Kisses On The Wind
“Kisses on the Wind” is the third single released from Swedish singer Neneh Cherry’s debut album Raw Like Sushi. Like many songs on the album, “Kisses on the Wind” refers to Cherry’s schooldays; the song is about a girl who matures before the other girls do, and as a result, she is the first to draw boys’ attentions. It peaked within the top 10 in New Zealand and Switzerland, and just reached the top 20 in the UK, peaking at number 20. In the US, it peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100.
“Kisses on the Wind” is one of many songs containing the sample “What we’re gonna do right here is go back, way back, back into time” from the intro of the 1972 single “Troglodyte” by the Jimmy Castor Bunch.
Neneh Cherry Blank Project
Blank Project is the fourth studio album by Neneh Cherry, released by Smalltown Supersound on February 25, 2014. The record is Cherry’s first album of solo music in 18 years. It was recorded and mixed over a 5-day period in Woodstock, NY. It was produced by Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden and features a guest appearance by Robyn. The record also includes work with prior collaborators, synth/drum duo RocketNumberNine. Critical reviews of the album were very positive.
Neneh Cherry Cameron McVey
Cameron Andrew McVey born on 11th March 1957,also known as Booga Bear, is a British singer, songwriter and music producer, best known for his work with such musicians as Massive Attack, Portishead, All Saints, Sugababes, Mutya Keisha Siobhan and Neneh Cherry.
Neneh Cherry Everything
Neneh Cherry And The Thing
The Cherry Thing is an album by vocalist Neneh Cherry and The Thing, consisting of saxophonist Mats Gustafsson, bassist Ingebrigt Håker Flaten and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love. It was recorded in 2011 and released the following year by Smalltown Supersound.
“Cashback” (Neneh Cherry) – 5:58
“Dream Baby Dream” (Martin Rev, Alan Vega) – 8:24
“Too Tough to Die” (Martina Topley-Bird) – 5:13
“Sudden Moment” (Mats Gustafsson) – 8:26
“Accordion” (Daniel Dumile, Otis Jackson, Jr.) – 6:10
“Golden Heart” (Don Cherry) – 4:43
“Dirt” (David Alexander, James Osterberg, Ron Asheton, Scott Asheton) – 6:47
“What Reason” (Ornette Coleman) – 5:18
Neneh Cherry Move With Me
Neneh Cherry Michael Stipe
Neneh Cherry Money Love
“Money Love” is a 1992 song performed by Neneh Cherry and the first single from Cherry’s second album Homebrew. The song peaked at #17 in Sweden and also charted in the Netherlands (#27) and New Zealand (#31).
Neneh Cherry Under My Skin
“I’ve Got You Under My Skin” is a song written by Cole Porter in 1936. It was introduced in the Eleanor Powell MGM musical Born to Dance, in which it was performed by Virginia Bruce. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Song that year. It became a signature song for Frank Sinatra and, in 1966, became a top 10 hit for the Four Seasons. The song has been recorded by many leading pop artists and jazz musicians over the years.
Neneh Cherry Somedays
Neneh Cherry Dream Baby Dream
Neneh Cherry Naima Smith
Naima Smith was born in 1983, to Bruce Smith and Neneh Cherry. Naima had 2 siblings: Tyson McVey and Mabel McVey.
Neneh Cherry Lyme Disease
Neneh Cherry is a celebrity affected by Lyme disease; the singer contracted the infection around 1990 and Lyme disease prevented her from doing much work until 1992 during a slow convalescence from the infection.
Neneh Cherry Manchild Video
Neneh Cherry Images
Neneh Cherry Love Ghetto
Neneh Cherry Out Of The Black
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