En Vogue has just signed a worldwide deal with Entertainment One ahead of the release of their new album, Electric Cafe, which is scheduled to be released this summer.
Cindy Heron-Braggs, Terry Ellis and Rhona Bennett, who make up the group, have turned into one of the top five best-selling American girl groups in history. They will kick off their international tour at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival in South Africa before they head off to Europe.
“We are excited to join the Entertainment One Music family of artists. Our new release has been a long time coming and we can’t wait to share where we are musically today! Hope our fans will enjoy,” Heron-Braggs said of the new deal.
“We’re ready to get busy and look forward to partnering with Entertainment One Music,” Ellis added.
Alan Grunblatt, President of Urban and Rock/Metal, eOne Music, also had this to say of the group: “I have been a big fan over the years, but when I saw their incredible performance on the Showtime Live at The Apollo Special in 2016, I knew we had to sign them to the eOne label. The group is another great addition to our fantastic roster.”