Born in the Dominican Republic but raised in the North Bronx, Cheree spent most of her childhood years singing and performing in school and in churches. By the age of 15, Cheree became a member of the Bronx Borough Orchestra and had her first performance as a second violinist at Carnegie Hall. At the age of 16, her ability to sing was beginning to capture the attention of all those that heard her sing. At 17, Cheree began taking professional vocal lessons with singer/actress Cyré, known for her hit "Last Chance." By the age of 18, she landed a production deal with LPD Production. Soon afterwards, Cheree signed to Metropolitan Records releasing two singles "Stay With Me," and "Got Me Loving You". Both song's received airplay, but "Got Me Loving You" charted on the billboards in Philadelphia and continues to receive airplay in the NY on the radio station 103.5 KTU.
Cheree has performed in clubs such as: Emerald City, Marty's&Lenny's, The Underground, The Arena, La Mirage and other clubs located in the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia area. She has also performed with artists such as George Lamond, Coro, TKA, Seduction, Safire, Lil' Suzy, Brenda K. Starr, and C&C Music Factory to name a few.
In 1996 with the help of In House Production, Cheree released three singles, "Baby, I'm In Love With You," "Last Time," and "Spinnin' Round & Round" with Pryme Tyme Records. In 2001, Cheree recorded her first spanish freestyle song "Por Que La Vida Es Asi" with ELI Records, then in 2004 she record "Tell Me Boy" with Artistic Records, "Sunrise, Sunset" with Dos Records and "You Are The One" with Total Kaos Records. Cheree continues to record and has many new surprises for both her fans and the world.