It’s Not ‘Déjà Vu,’ En Vogue Is Really Back With New Music

Photo Credit: Troy Jensen

Photo Credit: Troy Jensen

So far, the recent resurgence of '90s R&B has been dominated by the fellas, but now the ladies of En Vogue (pretty much the ultimate girl group of that era) are back and ready to takeover the reign. Original members Cindy Herron-Braggs and Terry Ellis have reunited with long-time member Rhona Bennett to deliver their first release in over five years, "Déjà Vu."

With the new track, the Funky Divas aim to pay homage to the 1960's sound that paved the way for them by musically creating "images that capture the timeless and stunning beauty of old Hollywood." Sonically, the tune is a blend of bubblegum pop and harmonic soul with a touch of hip hop beats to keep the sound current. The ladies infuse their satiny vocals with verve and sass, maintaining that signature sound that fans have enjoyed for over 25 years.

"Déjà Vu" is the first taste of their upcoming album, Electric Café. En Vogue is currently touring throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe in support of the project. Scroll down to preview the song, visit their website for concert dates and follow them on Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates. You can also check out Rhona Bennett's latest single "Take Me There" from her upcoming side project EP R&B Gumbo.

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