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R&B “Sisters With Voices” (SWV) singer, Coko, real name Cheryl Elizabeth Clemons, 43, debuted her first sologospel effort, Grateful, in 2006 and followed it up with The Winner In Me in 2009.

But the truth of the matter is, she felt like she couldn’t fully win over the faith community that, according to her,

“criticized” her secular roots.

In a Wednesday, Jan. 22 interview with Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club,” the vocalist shared her feelings of

being judged and never fully accepted.

The topic came up after one of the co-hosts, Angela Yee, mentioned that Coko had not been satisfied with the

sales of her solo projects.

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