En Vogue

Assembled in Oakland, California, USA in July 1989, En Vogue launched with original members Cindy Herron, Maxine Jones, Dawn Robinson and Terry Ellis. En Vogue is a Grammy-nominated all-female R&B, club/dance, and soul vocal quartet assembled by the hit music producers Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy, formerly of the disco group Club Nouveau. En Vogue has sold over 28 million albums and singles worldwide. They have won more MTV Video Music Awards than any other female group in MTV history, a total of 7 VMAs. ...show more

Assembled in Oakland, California, USA in July 1989, En Vogue launched with original members Cindy Herron, Maxine Jones, Dawn Robinson and Terry Ellis. En Vogue is a Grammy-nominated all-female R&B, club/dance, and soul vocal quartet assembled by the hit music producers Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy, formerly of the disco group Club Nouveau. En Vogue has sold over 28 million albums and singles worldwide. They have won more MTV Video Music Awards than any other female group in MTV history, a total of 7 VMAs.

The group was named the second most successful girl group of the 1990s and the 18th most successful act overall of the 1990s according to Billboard magazine. 2005-2007: Impromptu Reunion In 2005, after a eight year absence, Dawn Robinson rejoined En Vogue but left again the same year. The original four went on to sign with one of the industry's largest management firms, The Firm Management Group. That September, they joined Salt-N-Pepa for the girl groups' first ever joint public performance of their 1994 hit, "Whatta Man" at VH-1's Hip Hop Honors, and briefly toured.

They also earned another Grammy nomination for the single So What the Fuss, which featured Stevie Wonder and Prince. The group also appeared in the single's music video. After failing to agree on business terms, Robinson once again chose to defect En Vogue and Bennett remained. As a result, En Vogue was let go from The Firm. ...show less