En Vogue has never been afraid to break the mold and step 'outside' the norm. From "Free Your Mind" to "Whatta Man" they have been trendsetters in music and style! They are recognized as one of the top 5 highest selling American female music groups in history with over 20 million albums sold. This iconic group has effortlessly transitioned into the new digital age, amassing over 30 million streams and over 26 million YouTube views on their top 6 hit singles alone: the R&B and Pop smashes 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).
Now, in 2016, the group will present their most creative music yet with the release of their "Electric Cafe" album. The new album explores a variety of sounds, like electric guitars on Oceans Deep, yet stays true to their signature sound on the harmonious, Deja Vu. In support the new music, En Vogue will embark on a world tour with shows throughout both North America (U.S. and Canada) and Europe (Holland, the U.K., Denmark) beginning February 2016.
For the last two decades, En Vogue has continued to cement their legacy via their stirring live performances. From performing at major events and shows like The Grammys, NFL Super Bowl, The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Kentucky Derby to delighting U.S. troops in Iraq, the ladies of En Vogue believe each day is a living affirmation that they are born to sing and have NO plans to ever let go.
Since En Vogue's debut, the group, who were the brain child of production team, Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy, set a standard for female R&B and pop acts like Destiny's Child and the Pussy Cat Dolls. They have established themselves as trendsetters for those who followed them and are regarded as one of the top female acts of all time by publications and media such as Billboard, Rolling Stone, BET, MTV, HuffPost, FUSE, Complex, and US Weekly.
En Vogue's magical formula of fusing style, sophistication, sass, and sex appeal helped the group sell over eight million copies of their first album, "Born To Sing". They went on to record five more albums: "Born To Sing"; "Funky Divas"; "EV3"; "Masterpiece Theatre"; and "The Gift of Christmas". Additionally, they have been featured on soundtracks: "Why Do Fools Fall In Love", "Set It Off" (featuring Billboard #1 hit, "Don't Let Go"), Sesame Street's "Elmo's Elmopalooza!", and Disney's "Simply Mad About the Mouse". Group member, Terry Ellis, also experienced solo success with her album "Southern Girl".
Contrary to belief, En Vogue has never disbanded. As true music veterans, who have withstood ever-changing music industry fads and trends, the group continues to record and perform worldwide, with original members Cindy Herron-Braggs, Terry Ellis, and newest member, Rhona Bennett.
Cindy Herron-Braggs says it best, "We find total freedom and fulfillment when we hit the stage. It's the ultimate connection with our fans. It's about the energy you receive, the love, and the reciprocation from the message in the music."