Modern R&B and pop groups owe a great deal to the Bay Area songstresses who comprise En Vogue. Although it has gone though a few different iterations since the 1990 debut album, Born to Sing, En Vogue is undoubtedly one of the most influential groups of the era.
Today, the sultry collective dropped the album cover for its first body of work in 15 years, Electric Café.
The project is led by first single, “Rocket,” written by Ne-Yo.
Electric Café is slated for release on March 30.