In March 1999, Salt-N-Pepa embarked on their final live tour. Pepa (Sandy Denton) married Treach of Naughty By Nature on July 27, 1999. Salt-N-Pepa's greatest-hits album, entitled Salt-N-Pepa: The Best Of was released on January 25, 2000. Treach and Pepa were divorced on July 31, 2001. The group officially disbanded in 2002. Upon disbanding, Salt (Cheryl James) claimed she had become a born-again Christian, and would no longer be involved in hip-hop.
Cheryl James and Sandy Denton appeared on VH1's Hip Hop Honors in November 2004 without Spinderella. They did not perform.
In March 2005, it was announced that Sandy Denton would join Jose Canseco, Bronson Pinchot, Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, Caprice Bourret, Janice Dickinson, and Carey Hart on the 5th season of the VH1 series The Surreal Life. She did appear on the show, and remains a member of the cast.
Salt-N-Pepa reunited on September 22, 2005, and gave their first performance in six years. They sang Whatta Man, along with En Vogue, as a part of VH1's Hip Hop Honors program.
Read Full Bio >>
Hot, Cool And Vicious (1986) US #26 (Platinum)
A Salt With A Deadly Pepa (1988) US #38 (Gold)
Blacks' Magic (1990) US #38 (3x Platinum)
A Blitz of Salt-N-Pepa Hits: The Hits Remixed (Gold)(1991)
Very Necessary (1993) US #4 (5x Platinum)
Brand New (1997) US #37 (Gold)
Salt-N-Pepa: The Best Of (2000)
11.1 million albums sold