Her Salt-N-Pepa hit song "Push It" was ranked #37 on VH1's 100 Greatest Dance Songs.
While on The Surreal Life Fame Games, a lady called her "Salt-N-Pepa" instead of just Pepa.
She appeared at Wrestlemania XI as the musical guest.
On the Surreal Life 5 she became friends with Janice Dickinson and calmed her down when she feuded with co-star Omarosa.
She married longtime beau Treach of the rap group Naughty by Nature in 1999.
Her second album that she released with Salt-N-Pepa was A Salt with a Deadly Pepa in 1988.
Salt-N-Pepa reunited on September 22, 2005 and performed for the first time in six years as part of VH1's Hip Hop Honors program.
Her group broke up in 2002 because Salt wanted to do other things.
Her group, Salt-n-Pepa, ranked #83 on VH1's Greatest Women of Rock N Roll.
She made a guest appearance on Ricki Lake in 1993 teaching teenage girls the responsibilities of being a mother.
She had her first child, Tyran, when she was 21.
The first album she made with Salt-n-Pepa was called Hot, Cool, & Vicious.
Pepa met Cheryl "Salt" James while she was attending college.
At the age of 16, Pepa was studying nursing at Queensborough Community College.