Cherish, the RIAA Certified Gold R&B group known for their harmonies and vocal artistry, has recently released their second song, “Self Destruction”. The song, which followed their first hit in 8 years, “One Time” shows a different side of a broken relationship. As “One Time” was only released a month ago, the group will be releasing a new single every week. “Self Destruction” was written by Fallon, produced by super producer Cassius Jay and is about the rise and fall of a broken relationship that could ultimately end up toxic. Their ability to captivate their audience with relatable lyrics and sultry harmonies, gives us a different perspective on R&B music. “You’re going to feel happy, sad, and decades worth of influences from 80s to modern with this record.” Cherish announced that their EPs, Free The Lyrics 1 & 2 will both be available early summer. With a full length album releasing mid summer. Since their hiatus, Cherish has been writing for pop artists such as Jacob Latimore, Tamar Braxton and Sevyn Streeter, but they’re ready to provide all of the their audience has been waiting for.