Perri Arlette Reid, known by her former stage name Pebbles, is an American singer-songwriter, businesswoman, record producer and musical director. Reid is perhaps best known for her hit songs from the late 1980s and early 1990s such as "Girlfriend", "Mercedes Boy" and "Giving You the Benefit". In addition to his recording career, Reid also founded the contemporary R&B group TLC. Reid is currently a pastor in Atlanta, known as "Sister Perri".
|Birth name||Perri Arlette McKissack|
|Also known as||Pebbles, Perri, Peb, P.|
|Born||August 29, 1964, Oakland, California, U.S.|
|Genres||Dance-pop, R&B, new jack swing, urban contemporary|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, businesswoman, music executive, producer|
|Labels||MCA, Savvy, Perspective, Pebbitone, Inc|
|Associated acts||Babyface, Cherrelle, Karyn White, L.A. Reid, P.A.|
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|IMDb||Perri Reid's IMDb|
|Spotify||Perri Reid's Spotify|
Singer and songwriter known best for her time as the manager of multi-platinum R&B group TLC. She also goes by the name Pebbles and rebranded herself as a gospel singer after a religious revelation in 1997.
She got her musical start in 1981 as a backup singer for Con Funk Shun. She released her first solo album in 1987.
Her contentious relationship with TLC (they'd previously blamed her for their bankruptcy) came to a head after the release of the movie CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, when she sued Viacom for $40 million for its depiction of her.
She collaborated with P. Diddy on the 1995 song "You."
- Free American musician
- Musicians from Oakland, California
- MCA Records artists
- American dance musicians
Latest information about Perri Reid updated on April 27 2021.