Salt-N-Pepa

Black Voices
Bringing back the VH1 Hip Hop Honors is definitely worth it, so let Missy Elliott work it. 
HuffPost Live
"It's always been and still is a male-dominated field."
Good News
There's really no question this guy pushed it. We commend you, sir. Now, go dance your heart out. Watch at the 0:42 mark
Entertainment
Salt-N-Pepa hasn't released an album since 1997, but they're still pushing it real good, as evidenced by their reunion in
Comedy
Prepare to take your day from "Good" to "Real Good." Our friends over at Tastefully Offensive had the brilliant idea to combine
Black Voices
Is Deidra "DJ Spinderella" Roper the "N" in Salt-N-Pepa? It was a question the DJ Spinderella posed to her fellow legendary hip-hop group members Cheryl "Salt" James and Sandra "Pepa" Denton on their VH1 reality show in 2007. Nearly seven years later Salt finally has an answer: yes.
Entertainment
If Nick Drake, Alan Parsons Project and M83 spawned a child raised on a healthy diet of Prince, Alfred Hitchcock, and classic science fiction films, it would be something resembling Shyboy.
Entertainment
The film is part of a genre: cranky but lovable oldsters, either rediscovering life or simply loving it. In this case, it's a bit of both, with death as the reigning subtext.
Black Voices
There's no doubt that music is a form of self-expression. And many artists not only use the recording booth as a hit-making
Celebrity
When did you first start working with Lifebeat? It's been over 20 years that we've been with Lifebeat. Salt-N-Pepa was always
Comedy
Some jokes about the news are best served with a punchline. And some are best served by bringing out Brian Williams and putting
Queer Voices
The installation comprises three different arches which, as Dell’Abate described, “encompass 30 years of HIV and we’re saying
Entertainment
This week our playlist includes music by Cowboy Junkies, Sufjan Stevens, Muse, Judy Garland, Salt 'N' Pepa, Bob Schneider and more.
Entertainment
This little collection serves as a fantastic snapshot of where hip-hop was at in 1996. There's an overstuffed but awesome posse cut, a serious message tune, a nod to the South, a song by and for ladies getting their freak on, and, most notably, a couple appearances by Jay-Z.
DC
2. Slick Rick At Howard Theatre The hip-hop legend will be celebrating the late, great Godfather of Go-Go Chuck Brown. Rick
Style & Beauty
When I wasn't playing dress-up or scribbling in journals as a child, you could find me dancing or singing. I watched BET's