While the amazing duo, Salt n Pepa were in Sydney recently – performing at the Enmore Theatre – they dropped in for an afternoon of Christmas cooking with Creme Brulee Patisserie chef and owner, Nira Fernando.
They are, undoubtedly, the group that changed the face of hip-hop as we know it. They also gave females across the globe a voice within their communities and the music industry as a whole.
Twenty five years into their career, they continue to aspire to great heights with history making firsts. They were the first female rappers to receive a Grammy.
When Cheryl “Salt” Renee James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton wanted to film in the best patisserie in Sydney, there was no debate when it came to selecting this well renowned Eastern Suburbs bakery for their photo shoot.
When Fernando suggested they “Push It” while piping icing onto their festive gingerbread houses, he nearly brought the house (bakery) down.