The Cheetah Girls were an all-girl Disney pop group originally consisting of Adrienne Bailon, Raven-Symoné, Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams. Created by The Walt Disney Company, and made famous by their appearance in Disney films and on the Disney Channel, the group has released three soundtrack albums and one studio album to date, and embarked on three world tours. The group has also launched a clothing line, perfume collections, dolls in their image, room decor, a book series and a video game line.
While the group found success through their movies, Raven-Symoné launched her own television show as was offered a recording contract as a solo artist with Hollywood Records, and ultimately decided to not to record with the group. Now a trio of Bailon, Bryan and Williams, the remaining members appeared on the album, “Disneymania 3” in 2005, remaking the song, “I Won't Say (I'm in Love)” from the “Hercules” soundtrack.
The Cheetah's first recording via Walt Disney Records arrived in 2005 titled, “Cheetah-licious Christmas.” The holiday album consisted of classic Christmas songs and original material. The album peaked at #74 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart and produced the hits, “Cheetah-licious Christmas” and “Five More Days 'Til Christmas.”
The Cheetah Girls’ next album, “TCG” emerged in 2007 with the lead single off the album being, “So Bring It On,” and “Fuego” being released as the second single. The album reached #44 on the Billboard 200. Despite the excitement around the Cheetah's debut album and loyal fan base, the group disbanded in 2008, with all three members wanting to focus on solo careers.