Rhona Bennett, Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron-Braggs
“That which is timeless is also the most timely.”
― Joseph Pearce
Timeless! That’s what comes to mind the moment the resonant voices of En Vogue pour through the airwaves. With their new single, Rocket, steadily pushing its way onto radio playlists across the country, the ladies are poised for more chart-topping success with the global release of their “Electric Café” album on Entertainment One Music.
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).
In March 2018, the group will present their most diverse work yet with the release of the album “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.
The Hip-Hop laced Have a Seat ft. Snoop Dogg was penned by writer/producer
Taura Stinson, and the group’s original production duo, Denzil Foster and
Thomas McElroy, tapped back into En Vogue’s signature sound with Déjà vu and
Known for their show stopping performances, En Vogue stays in demand. 2018
kicks off with a European tour hitting Dublin, Ireland followed by shows
throughout the United Kingdom, Holland and Germany.
“There has never been a time when we didn’t have a show on the books,” says
founding member 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
The ladies attribute their stellar figures and age-defying looks to a primarily
plant-based diet and vigorous fitness routine. For them, the ability to
consistently deliver high-energy performances is paramount; it is also what
keeps their legions of fans wanting more. Simply put, “We just love our craft,”
says Cindy Herron-Braggs.
While the seasoned songbirds stay connected to their R&B roots, their
appreciation for diverse musical genres is reflected in their new project. “We
love the authenticity of Hip Hop and the fusion of old school rhythm with a
contemporary sound,” says Rhona Barrett.
When not on the road, they donate their time to philanthropic causes such as
The HollyRod Foundation, which provides medical, physical, and emotional
support to families living with autism and individuals battling Parkinson’s
disease. They also support non-profit organizations that rescue victims from
human trafficking and provide them with educational and job training.
Since their debut En Vogue has set the standard for female R&B/Pop groups
and promise to continue that tradition with Electric Café. Their appeal is
timeless; and in a world full of ‘one-hit’ wonders, that makes their new
collection of music – timely.