Cherisse Bradley is a Flint, Michigan native whose early foundation in music began at the young age of 10 She was afforded the opportunity in the arts showcasing her singing in local talent shows and musical theater. Her exposure to musical theater developed a natural dance ability that she began to cultivate by studying other forms of disciplines in tap, jazz, hip hop and ballet at Creative Expressions Dance Studio in Flint Michigan. Cherisse continued a concentrated study in tap dance under the direction of her father Bruce Bradley along with ballet and jazz with the legendary late Tony B. White. Her training led her to receive awards in showmanship excellence, teaching, and choreography from Joe Tremaine national dance competitions in jazz, hip hop and tap dance. These experiences led her to travel and work with many legendary artists such as Debbie Allen, Eartha Robinson and more.