google-site-verification: google6216a4a2a6fb69f0.html ... ...
top of page
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • YouTube
  • TikTok
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • YouTube
  • TikTok
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • YouTube
  • TikTok

Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmunds - Girl's Night Out


Babyface has dedicated his life to composing songs. Raised in Indianapolis in the 1960s, Kenneth Edmonds was so infatuated with the idea of romance that years later, anytime he produced a record, he would plug into those hidden teen thoughts and feelings. That obsession sprouted into a professional life of music, drafting, and creating heartfelt records like the 1987 track "Two Occasions" and solo single "Whip Appeal," published years later, at the start of his most success.




In his newest project, Kenneth Babyface Edmonds marked several female stars in hip hop's newest - "Girls Night Out". Back in 2020, with much of the country in pandemic lockdown, Teddy Riley's Verzuz event introduced Babyface to a younger generation of R&B fans who were unfamiliar with his legendary catalog. The enthusiasm of his younger viewers prompted him to begin planning his next project. He then emerged on "Girls Night Out" alongside Queen NaijaElla Mai, Ari Lennox, KehlaniDoechii and others.



Babyface and Ella Mai performed the album's lead single "Keeps on Fallin'" at the 2022 BET Awards: his first album since 2015's "Return of the Tender Lover" will also be his Capitol Record's debut. When he declared that his new album, "Girls Night Out," resembled the highly praised 1996 soundtrack-"Waiting To Exhale," he raised expectations. R&B diehards like myself were skeptical of comparing today's R&B to the era of Whitney Houston.




Prior to the release of Girls Night Out, Babyface released two other singles: "Seamless" featuring Kehlani and "Game Over" featuring Queen Naija. Ari Lennox's "Liquor," Tiana Major9's "Say Less," and Muni Long's declarative plea on "The Recipe" are among the album's standouts.



All in all, Babyface wanted to highlight women who he thought possessed something to offer.









Feel free to share, like and leave a comment, we would love to hear from you. Your feedback is very important to us.


For more like this, music, literature, news, fashion, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Steven Wick News Letter.


We here at the Steven Wick Blog are so proud of our work, we’d like to thank you for being a part of our community. However, our mission to share so much from music, literature, lifestyle to fashion is a 24/7 undertaking! We need your help to continue our work. Your financial donation will help us not only keep the lights on, but enable us run many more stories in the future to come. DONATE HERE



Recent Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page