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Babyface Working on 1990s Music-Dramedy Series

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Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds is teaming up with production company Electus to produce a scripted series based in the 1990s. The hour-long dramedy is based on the lives of record producers Damon Sharpe and Stacy Asencio Sutphen, who met in NYC when both were aspiring pop stars.

Deadline reports Electus CEO Chris Grant and President John Pollak had this to say about the partnership:

“We are beyond thrilled to partner with the legendary Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds whose music has shaped and defined so much of the industry – there’s really no one who hasn’t been touched by his music and its influence over the last 30 years. Damon and Stacy, creative forces in their own right, also have a rich and storied history that epitomizes the 1990s music scene, a time of great change and evolution in entertainment that has yet to be fully explored on television. We know this creative trifecta will offer the ultimate 90s throwback through a unique and fresh lens.”

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