The discography of The Cheetah Girls, an American girl group, consists of two studio albums, fifteen singles and three soundtrack albums. The Cheetah Girls released their first soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls on August 12, 2003 following the release of The Cheetah Girls film, and the album reached No.33 on the US Billboard 200. Three singles were released from the album: "Cinderella", "Girl Power" and "Cheetah Sisters". The album was eventually certified double platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 2,000,000 copies. Following the release of the film and soundtrack, the girls decided to form a group of the same name, and on October 11, 2005 the group released their debut studio album, Cheetah-licious Christmas via Walt Disney Records. However, original member Raven-Symoné decided n

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  • The discography of The Cheetah Girls, an American girl group, consists of two studio albums, fifteen singles and three soundtrack albums. The Cheetah Girls released their first soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls on August 12, 2003 following the release of The Cheetah Girls film, and the album reached No.33 on the US Billboard 200. Three singles were released from the album: "Cinderella", "Girl Power" and "Cheetah Sisters". The album was eventually certified double platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 2,000,000 copies. Following the release of the film and soundtrack, the girls decided to form a group of the same name, and on October 11, 2005 the group released their debut studio album, Cheetah-licious Christmas via Walt Disney Records. However, original member Raven-Symoné decided not to join the group, in order to pursuit promotion of her own album This Is My Time. The album Cheetah-licious Christmas has since sold over 400,000 copies. After the girls' second movie premiere in 2006, they released another soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls 2 which reached No.5 in the United States and was certified platinum for sales of one million copies. The album also reached No. 11 in Canada and No.59 in the United Kingdom, being certified Gold (50,000 copies) and Silver (60,000 copies) respectively. The band released their second album, TCG in September 2007 after signing a deal with Hollywood Records and it charted at No.44 in the US. Their third and final soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls: One World was released in August 2008 and reached No.13 in the United States and No.128 in the UK, officially becoming their lowest-selling soundtrack album. Raven-Symoné did not appear in the film or soundtrack, due to her busy schedule focusing on other films and her fourth album, while also citing tensions between the group. In 2009, member Adrienne confirmed the group has parted ways with their record label and had no plans to record new music in the near future, officially establishing their split. (en)
  • The biography of The Cheetah Girls, an American girl group, consists of two studio albums, fifteen singles and three soundtrack albums. The Cheetah Girls released their first soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls on August 12, 2003 following the release of The Cheetah Girls film, and the album reached No.33 on the US Billboard 200. Three singles were released from the album: "Cinderella", "Girl Power" and "Cheetah Sisters". The album was eventually certified double platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 2,000,000 copies. Following the release of the film and soundtrack, the girls decided to form a group of the same name, and on October 11, 2005 the group released their debut studio album, Cheetah-licious Christmas via Walt Disney Records. However, original member Raven-Symoné decided not to join the group, in order to pursuit promotion of her own album This Is My Time. The album Cheetah-licious Christmas has since sold over 400,000 copies. After the girls' second movie premiere in 2006, they released another soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls 2 which reached No.5 in the United States and was certified platinum for sales of one million copies. The album also reached No. 11 in Canada and No.59 in the United Kingdom, being certified Gold (50,000 copies) and Silver (60,000 copies) respectively. The band released their second album, TCG in September 2007 after signing a deal with Hollywood Records and it charted at No.44 in the US. Their third and final soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls: One World was released in August 2008 and reached No.13 in the United States and No.128 in the UK, officially becoming their lowest-selling soundtrack album. Raven-Symoné did not appear in the film or soundtrack, due to her busy schedule focusing on other films and her fourth album, while also citing tensions between the group. In early 2009, member Adrienne confirmed the group has parted ways with their record label and had no plans to record new music in the near future, officially establishing their split. (en)
  • The biography of The Cheetah Girls, an American girl group, consists of two studio albums, fifteen singles and three soundtrack albums. The Cheetah Girls released their first soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls on August 12, 2003 following the release of The Cheetah Girls film, and the album reached No.33 on the US Billboard 200. Three singles were released from the album: "Cinderella", "Girl Power" and "Cheetah Sisters". The album was eventually certified double platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 2,000,000 copies. Following the release of the film and soundtrack, the girls decided to form a group of the same name, and on October 11, 2005 the group released their debut studio album, Cheetah-licious Christmas via Walt Disney Records. However, original member Raven-Symoné decided not to join the group, in order to pursuit promotion of her own album This Is My Time. The album Cheetah-licious Christmas has since sold over 400,000 copies. After the girls' second movie premiere in 2006, they released another soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls 2 which reached No.5 in the United States and was certified platinum for sales of one million copies. The album also reached No. 11 in Canada and No.59 in the United Kingdom, being certified Gold (50,000 copies) and Silver (60,000 copies) respectively. The band released their second album, TCG in September 2007 after signing a deal with Hollywood Records and it charted at No.44 in the US. Their third and final soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls: One World was released in August 2008 and reached No.13 in the United States and No.128 in the UK, officially becoming their lowest-selling soundtrack album. Raven-Symoné did not appear in the film or soundtrack, due to her busy schedule focusing on other films and her own music. In late December 2008, the group disbanded due to being phased out for other new Disney franchises. (en)
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  • The biography of The Cheetah Girls, an American girl group, consists of two studio albums, fifteen singles and three soundtrack albums. The Cheetah Girls released their first soundtrack album, The Cheetah Girls on August 12, 2003 following the release of The Cheetah Girls film, and the album reached No.33 on the US Billboard 200. Three singles were released from the album: "Cinderella", "Girl Power" and "Cheetah Sisters". The album was eventually certified double platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 2,000,000 copies. Following the release of the film and soundtrack, the girls decided to form a group of the same name, and on October 11, 2005 the group released their debut studio album, Cheetah-licious Christmas via Walt Disney Records. However, original member Raven-Symoné decided not (en)
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