Neneneh Cherry sang with several groups in the early eighties before going solo with her debut single "Stop the War" - a message about the Falklands War.
Neneh's debut album "Raw Like Sushi" was released in 1989 with much of the content being written by her partner Booga Bear (Cameron McVey). Two hits followed - "Manchild" and "Kisses on the Wind" - before Neneh contracted Lyme disease and took a break from recording.
In 1994 Neneh Cherry returned with Youssou N'Dour on the hit record "Seven Seconds".
Trivia: Neneneh Cherry is the stepdaughter of jazz musician Don Cherry.