Envogue is back. They are known for their 90s hits such as “Don’t Let Go”, “Hold On” and Never Gonna Get It.” They will be releasing a new album entitled “Electric Cafe” on March 30. This is the first album that the group has released in 14 years. People can pre-order the album from all music providers.
“Electric Cafe” is a r&b album that incorporates elements of funk, rock, hip-hop and electronic dance. It has 11 tracks. The first single off of the album is “Rocket.” The song was written by Neyo. It is currently number 13 on the Billboard Adult R & B songs chart.
The last album that the group released was “Soul Flower.” Terry Ellis, who is the founding member of Envogue, has talked about why it has taken the group so long to release another album. She stated that the group was waiting for the right partnership and deal. They were also waiting for the right combination of songs.
The group has worked with Taura Stintson and Raphael Saadiq to produce the album. Not only will Envogue be releasing another album this year, but they also plan on going on tour. The tour is set to kick off on April 2 in Dublin, Ireland. After that, the group will be heading back to the United States.
The group will perform on the Tom Joyner 2018 Fantastic Voyage Cruise. Other guests include Tamar Braxon, Toni Braxton, Anita Baker, Babyface and the Ojays. Tracy stated that she wants Envogue to be remembered as a group who loved what they do.