En Vogue set the standard for modern female singing groups with their powerful voices, trend setting style and stunning good looks. They achieved major commercial success selling more than 20 million albums to become one of the highest selling female groups in history. Their debut album "Born to Sing" was platinum selling and featured three #1 singles including their smash hit first single "Hold On" followed by "Lies" and "You Don't Have To Worry." Their second album "Funky Divas" was triple platinum selling with two #1 smash hit singles "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" and "Giving Him Something He Can Feel" followed by the crossover hit "Free Your Mind" with its award winning video. The success continued when En Vogue joined Salt-N-Pepa on the smash hit "Whatta Man" and later with their biggest international hit "Don't Let Go" from the soundtrack of the film "Set It Off." For all their success, En Vogue received seven Grammy nominations and won seven MTV Music Video Awards, three Soul Train Awards including Entertainer of the Year and two American Music Awards. Billboard ranked En Vogue as the ninth most successful female group of all-time.
Always known for their show stopping performances, En Vogue is currently on tour around the world featuring original members Cindy Herron-Braggs and Terry Ellis plus longtime member Rhona Bennett. "There has never been a time when we didn’t have a show on the books,” says Terry Ellis. “We’re blessed to have a global fan base that gives us so much love, so much genuine enthusiasm, every time we walk out on that stage.” For them, the ability to consistently deliver high-energy performances is paramount, and it is also what keeps their worldwide fans wanting more. The ladies attribute their ongoing stamina, toned figures and age-defying looks to a nutritious diet and rigorous fitness routine. Last year, they released their first studio album since 2004 entitled “Electric Café” featuring songs written and produced by Ne-Yo, Raphael Saadiq and original production team of Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy. And En Vogue would like to continue recording and performing for many years to come, simply put, “We just love our craft,” says Cindy Herron-Braggs.