Watch: Salt-N-Pepa Tell All About Facing Criticism From The Male-Dominated Hip Hop Industry — 'We Had To Go Hard'

Music legends Salt-N-Pepa continue to break ground over 30 years into their illustrious career. In an exclusive interview with OK!, the “Push It” emcees (Cheryl JamesSandy Denton) tell all about becoming the first hip-hop act to have a residency in Las Vegas, quitting college to pursue music, and facing haters who didn't think that women could make it in their genre. They also chat about their timeless music and future career goals (could a talk show be in the works?)

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