En Vogue

En Vogue
Release date
01 January 1970
En Vogue
01 January 1970 |

Timeless! That’s what comes to mind the moment the resonant voices of En Vogue pour through the airwaves. With their first single, Rocket, breaking the Billboard UAC Top 10 chart, the ladies are poised for more chart-topping success with the global release of their “Electric Café” album.

En Vogue, current members Cindy Herron-Braggs, Terry Ellis and Rhona Bennett are recognized as one of the top 5 highest selling American female music groups in history, En Vogue has sold over 20 million albums to date. Their effortless transition into the digital age, complemented by their effortless chic, has garnered the group over 30 million streams and 26 million-plus YouTube views on their Top 6 hit singles alone; smashes such as Hold On, Free Your Mind, Never Gonna Get It, Giving Him Something He Can Feel, Don’t Let Go, and Whatta Man (feat. Salt N Pepa).

April 2018 marked the group’s most diverse work yet with the release of “Electric Café.”
“We were just looking for a vibe,” says founding member Cindy Herron-Braggs of the group’s first studio album since 2004. “In the beginning, we were feeling that electronic dance sound, but then the music started to evolve creatively.” Electric Café features collaborations with some of today’s most sought-after producers and artists, including Ne-Yo, who penned the lead single Rocket with production by Curtis “Sauce” Wilson and Raphael Saadiq, who wrote and produced the smoking hot track, I’m Good.

Since their debut, En Vogue has set the standard for female R&B/Pop groups and promise to continue that tradition into the future for a new legion. Their appeal is timeless; and in a world full of ‘one-hit’ wonders, that makes their new collection of music – timely.