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Sandra' Pepa'  Denton, a key figure in the iconic Salt-N-Pepa, has been a trailblazer in the music industry, reshaping the role of women in hip-hop. The group's chart-topping hits, such as 'Push It' and 'Shoop,' have become empowerment anthems and etched Salt-N-Pepa's name in the history of hip-hop. Their influence extends beyond music, seeping into fashion, dance, and everyday language. The group's unique fashion choices and hairstyles have become synonymous with 90s pop culture, and their influence continues to shape modern fashion trends. Salt-N-Pepa's groundbreaking approach to hip-hop and their unwavering confidence challenged societal norms, providing a platform for women in the genre. Their fusion of feminism, style, and bold lyrics set a new standard for female artists, sparking a wave of women entering the music and entertainment industry.

In addition to her contributions as a part of Salt-N-Pepa, Denton has broadened her influence in the entertainment world with acting, reality television, and literature ventures. Sandra "Pepa" Denton is credited in over 40 titles, including films, movies, TV series, reality TV, and music videos. She has made appearances in several films, including "Joe's Apartment," "Jason's Lyric," "Space Jam," and "The Perfect Holiday." Her vast array of characters in both mainstream and independent films demonstrates her versatility as an actress. Additionally, Denton has delivered memorable performances in television roles. She starred in "First Time Felon" and "3 AM".
Furthermore, she has been involved in reality television, featuring in shows such as "The Surreal Life: Fame Games," "The Salt-N-Pepa Show," and "Let's Talk About Pep". Denton also lent her voice to "Mother Goose: A Rappin' and Rhymin' Special," showcasing her talent in voice acting.

Denton's autobiography, 'Let's Talk About Pep,' offers a raw and candid account of her life. The book is a source of revelations, remarkable stories, and encounters with celebrities, offering a fascinating peek into the legendary rapper's life. With endorsements from readers worldwide, the autobiography has been called compelling, thought-provoking, and inspiring. It's been hailed as a must-read, offering invaluable insights into the life of a music legend.

Pep has been honored by the release of her action figure by the Bay Area design group Super7, making her and Cheryl "Salt" James the first female MCs to have a product of this kind named after them. The action figures feature the rap veterans wearing the outfits from their breakthrough 1987 music video for "Push It," highlighting her enduring influence as a female rapper.

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  • Salt-N-Pepa, the first female rap group to win a Grammy Award (1995), comprised of Salt (Cheryl James), Pepa (Sandra Denton), and DJ Spinderella (Deidra Roper) 

  • Let’s Talk About Pep, an autobiography released in 2008, co-written by Karen Hunter, with an introduction by Queen Latifah and an epilogue by Missy Elliott.

  • Film appearances, including "Who's the Man?" (1993), "Joe's Apartment" (1996), "Jason's Lyric" (1994), "Space Jam" (1996), "Love And Bullet" (2002), "The Perfect Holiday" (2007), "Queen of Media" (2011), "Sandy Wexler" (2017), and Coming 2 America (2021).

  • TV movie appearances, including  "First Time Felon" (HBO, 1997-98) and "3 AM" (Showtime, 2000-01), and "Sharknado 2" (2014).

  • TV series, including "OZ" (19997-2003), "Linc's" (2000), "Are We There Yet?" (2011), "Family Time" 2015, and "Cookin' with Salt-N-Pepa" (2015).

  • Reality television appearances, including "The Surreal Life: Fame Games" (VH1, 2006-07), "The Salt-N-Pepa Show" (VH1, 2007-08), and "Let's Talk About Pep" (VH1, 2009-2010).

  • Voice Acting: "Mother Goose: A Rappin' and Rhymin' Special" (HBO, 1997-98), and "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child" (1997).

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