R&B Group Cherish ‘Splits,’ King Sisters Form ‘Infected’ Duo

R&B girl group Cherish have called it quits ! (..at least for the time being) Cherish, known widely for the 2006 hit “Do It,” stormed onto the scene with “Unappreciated (2006)” after spending several years working in the industry with artists including Da Brat (“In Love Wit Chu”). However, Monday, for unknown reasons, two members of Cherish announced their intention to record and release an album. Sources close to Singersroom say twin sisters Felisha and Fallon King have left their sisters/band members Neosha and Farrah to form a duo group instead of moving forward with a follow up to 2008s “The Truth.” Moving forward, the King sisters are working on an as-yet-untitled effort and have recorded their first song titled “Infected.” Click Here to listen to the duo’s new song “Infected.” Felisha and Fallon are rumored to have hit the studio with Bryan Michael Cox and Eric Hudson. Stay clicked to Singersroom for more on Cherish..


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