Cheri Dennis: At Last

Cheri Dennis is signed to one of today's most iconic record labels. As a Bad Boy Records recruit since 2001, she has worked with Sean “Diddy” Combs' impressive roster, including Ma$e, Danity Kane, Faith Evans and Yung Joc. With a resume that solid, fans suspected an album was quickly coming.

As her powerful voice and lyrics blessed the Bad Boy team, her own solo album suffered from label politics. Six years later, Dennis is ready to present her body of work, but not in the conventional way that most R&B acts release a new album. The Cleveland native, who demanded Diddy's attention by grabbing the mic at an industry party, is no stranger to taking risks. That's why debuting her new album, In And Out Of Love, on iTunes three months before it hits stores was a risk she was willing to take.

Whether Cheri Dennis can be one of the first R&B singers to pull off a digital coup of the music industry is yet to be seen. Below she chats about industry politics, being unique and trying to impress her often-stern boss, Diddy.

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