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Seven months pregnant, she was still resplendent in skintight Lycra, bling jewellery and Adidas trainers, bringing the whole look, sound and attitude of hip hop and sampling to British pop.
Of late, though, there has been a surge in Cherry’s musical workload, with family band Cir Kus, jazz outfit the Cherry Thing, and dance duo Rocket Number Nine.Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations. In the mid-80s she sang backing vocals for the Slits and The The ("Slow Train To Dawn", 1987).Those Chingford brothers have helped create the spectral electronic palette for Cherry’s latest work, reminiscent of Gil Scott Heron’s final album I’m New Here, which suits the tone of her sombre mood.Just as Man was inspired by the death of her stepfather, the jazz musician Don Cherry, so this album was prompted by the death of her mother, Monica Karlsson. Rather, bolstered by a guest turn from her acolyte Robyn, Blank Project is the sound of a unique talent re-engaging with the world on her own, still very funky, terms, fusing the many influences – from punk and jazz to dance – that make her sound still brilliantly refreshing.
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If any of the winners at last week’s Brit Awards are struggling to find a place to stash their gongs, they could take inspiration from Neneh Cherry.
In 1990, the singer gave one of the two statuettes she had won to the stylist Judy Blame, who melted it down to make necklaces, and the other to the Soul II Soul frontman Jazzie B, whom she had beaten in the Best Single category.
It was a typically maverick yet inclusive gesture from the Swedish-American singer who seemed to explode on to the UK pop scene in the late Eighties after teenage years in punk bands like the Slits and Bristol group Rip Rig + Panic.
Just as David Bowie’s gender-bending emergence as Ziggy Stardust on Top of the Pops in 1972 inspired a generation of art rockers, so Cherry’s performance of her breakout single Buffalo Stance in 1988 blew the minds of plenty of young girls.