Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling R&B group (trio since the late 90s) En Vogue is here to revive the state of R&B with their new album, ‘Electric Cafe’.
Released via Entertainment One (eOne Music fka Koch Records), ‘Electric Cafe’ is En Vogue’s 6th full-length album. The R&B trio, consisting of singers Cindy Herron, Terry Ellis, and Rhona Bennett (Nicole on “The Jamie Foxx Show”), are exceptional songstresses fearlessly showcasing their powerful vocal instruments.
When speaking of legendary R&B/pop vocal groups, En Vogue is amongst those that assist in carrying the torch filled with delightful harmonies, envious talent, and fashion-forward looks. Recognized as one of the top 5 selling female music groups in American history, En Vogue is here to show that great talent withstands the music industry ever-changing atmosphere.
The group has sold over 20 million albums, and have amassed over 30 million streams and over 26 million YouTube views of their top 6 hit singles alone, smash hits “Never Gonna Get It,” “Free Your Mind,” “Hold On,” “Don’t Let Go,” “Giving Him Something He Can Feel,” and of course, “Whatta Man” (featuring Salt N Pepa).
‘Electric Cafe’ is the studio love child of longtime collaborators Denzil Foster & Thomas McElroy. En Vogue also tapped singer, songwriter, & producer Ne-Yo to write the lyrics to their single “Rocket.” The Curtis “Sauce” Wilson-produced hit is sitting in the top 10 at Urban AC Radio as of press time.
The album features an appearance by fellow West Coast legend Snoop Dogg on the 70s & 80s-inspired funky track, “Have A Seat.”
‘Electric Cafe’ Tracklisting:
- Blue Skies
- Déjà Vu
- Reach 4 Me
- Electric Cafe
- Love The Way
- Oceans Deep
- Have A Seat featuring Snoop Dogg
- I’m Good
- So Serious
- Have A Seat (No-Rap Version) [Bonus Track]