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Cheryl James Net Worth; How Much Is He Worth Now?

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Born Cheryl Renee James and widely known as Salt, Cheryl is one of the most renowned American rappers and songwriters. The American rapper, Cheryl James net worth is currently in the region of about $14 million.

  • She is known as a member of the Grammy–award-winning female rap trio Salt-N-Pepa.
  • However, James is now a devout Christian and a mother of two.

Throughout her enviable career, she has really garnered not one some mind-blowing recognition but also has been able to amass some significant wealth as well. We will be taking a look at some facts about her including her net worth in this article.

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Cheryl James Net Worth

Cheryl James Net Worth

So far, Cheryl James net worth is worth more than $10 million with her actual net worth being around $14 million as estimated by Celebritynetworth.com.

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What Is Cheryl James Net Worth?

Net Worth: $14 Million
Date of Birth: Mar 28, 1966
Gender: Female
Profession: Singer, Rapper, Actor
Nationality: United States of America

Career And Personal Life

She was born on March 28, 1966, in New York City, New York. Per what we gathered, her father was a transit worker and her mother worked as a bank manager. She’s known for crossover hits like “Shoop” and “Whatta Man.”

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She had her high school education at Grover Cleveland High School and after that, she proceeded to the Queensborough Community College with the intent to study nursing. During her school days, she also worked part-time at Sears.

She discovered her rap talent during her time in college and it was there she met her friend, Sandra Denton. Due to how good they were together musician, James’ fiancee at that time, Hurby Azor suggested that they two record a rap to help him with a project in his record production program.

This suggestion resulted in a decision by the two to form the group Super Nature with Azor as their manager. Later, Latoya Hanson was added to the group, and they released the single “The Show Stoppa.”

They started garnered massive recognition and they ended up signing on to Next Plateau Entertainment and adopted the stage name Salt-N-Pepa. Their first album was released in 1986 and it was dubbed, “Hot, Cool & Vicious.”

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James was also featured in the song “Stomp” by gospel artist Kirk Franklin and his group God’s Property and that track went on to become one of the best-selling albums in gospel music history.

In 2000, James decided to quit the group and her reason was that she had had enough of the music industry with the official disbandment of the group happening in 2002. James married producer Gavin Wray in 2000. She and Wray have two children, daughter Corin and son Chapele.

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