Babyface Biography, Age, Wife,Song lyrics, Albums,Instagram And Net worth

Babyface Biography

His real name is Kenneth Brian Edmonds was born on April 10, 1959, in Indianapolis, Indiana His real name is Kenneth Brian Edmonds was born on April 10, 1959, in Indianapolis, Indiana United States of America.

Kenneth Brian Edmonds, known as Babyface professionally, is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer Kenneth Brian Edmonds, known professionally as Babyface, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer.

He has written and produced over 26 number-one R&B hits throughout his career and has won 11 Grammy Awards. He was ranked number 20 on NME’s 50 Of The Greatest Producers Ever. He is the son to Marvin and Barbara.BARBARA was a production operator at a pharmaceutical plant.

Brian attended North Central High School in Indianapolis, and as a shy youth, wrote songs to express his emotions. in the eighth grade, brian father died of lung cancer leaving the mother to raise six boys. Brian later played with funk performer Bootsy Collins, who tagged him “Babyface” because of his youthful look.

Babyface Age

As of 2019, he is 61 years. He was born on April 10, 1959.

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Babyface  Family and Wife

The legendary  r&b song artist was married three times. His first attempt at marriage was just identified as with a woman named Denise the details of this marriage were not made public when it started and ended, probably because it happened when he was still very young.

Tracey Edmonds who came into his life in 1990 during auditions for one of his music videos. Their romance blossomed into a marriage which was officially sealed on September 5, 1992, but because of their marital difference, Tracy filled for a divorce in 2005. They had lived together for 13 years and had two sons Brandon and Dylan.

In 2007 babyface fell in love with Nicole “Nikki” Pantenburg a backup dancer. while they were still dating, Babyface and Nicole welcomed a daughter, Payton. on May 17, 2014, babyface and Nicole made their wedding official though the wedding ceremony and they have lived happily ever since.

Babyface Brothers

Babyface has two brothers, Kevon and Melvin Edmunds, who are in the limelight as well. While Babyface made his own progress in the music industry, his brothers teamed up with Keith Mitchell to launch After 7, an R&B group that was founded in 1987.

For the late 1980s and 1990s hits like Ready or Not, and Nights Like This, the talented trio is remembered. They delivered their songs well until Melvin left the group in the early 2000s letting his son Jason Edmonds take his spot in the group.
Melvin Edmonds battled health issues in recent years, including a stroke in 2011.

He was able to rejoin the group in 2016 in time for its comeback album, “Timeless.” It featured hits such as “Runnin’ Out,” “I Want You” and “Let Me Know.” Edmunds died may, 18, 2019, according to a statement from After 7 co-founder Keith Mitchell posted on the group’s Facebook page and confirmed by CNN. The cause of death has not been revealed.

Babyface Instagram

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Babyface Songs

1. Every time I close my eyes
2. Whip Appeal
3. Never keeping secrets
4. When I see you

5. I love you baby
6. This is for the lover in you
7. Hurt you
8. It’s no crime

9. And our fillings
10. How come how long
11. My kinda girl
12. Love saw it

13. Give you my heart
14. I care about you
15. For the cool in you
16. I said I love you
17. Where did I go wrong

18. Sunshine
19. Where will you go
20. I give u my heart
21. What if
22. There she goes

23. Given a chance
24. When your body gets weak

Kevon Edmonds

Edmonds was born in Indianapolis in 1958.  He is the older brother to babyface.  Edmonds was a member of After 7, Edmonds had successes, earning a platinum album as well as several gold singles. They continued to tour the country and established themselves as one of R&B’s top performing groups.

After their 1995 album, Reflections, After 7 left Virgin Records due to issues with the label. The departure from Virgin Records allowed the members to pursue their own personal projects and over time, saw the group separate.

Edmonds then appeared with Babyface and K-Ci & JoJo for a project in a fictional group called Milestone. The group performed in the movie Soul Food and had a hit single with the track “I Care About You”. For a brief period, Milestone nearly became a real group, instead of just the fictional group portrayed in the movie, but label conflicts caused the project to collapse.

In 1999, Edmonds released his first solo album, 24/7. The title track from the album was a big hit, going gold and reaching #10 on the Hot 100. The album’s second single, “No Love (I’m Not Used to)”, performed moderately well, reaching #25 on the R&B charts.

Edmonds’ second solo CD, Who Knew, was released October 13, 2009, through Make Entertainment/Image Distribution. The first single was released in early August and is titled “Oh.”

Babyface Songs Lyrics

Babyface Rock Bottom Lyrics

Babyface What If Lyrics

Babyface Savage Lyrics

Babyface And Our Feelings

Babyface Love Songs

1. I Said I Love You
2. All Day Thinkin
3. This Is for the Lover in You” – Babyface, LL Cool J
4. Lady, Lady

5. For the Cool in You
6. A Bit Old Fashioned
7. Never Keeping Secrets”
8. When Can I See You”

9. Whip Appeal”
10. Soon as I Get Home”
11. Given a Chance”
12. Sunshine”

13. Every Time I Close My Eyes” – Babyface, Kenny G, Mariah Carey
14. When Your Body Gets Weak”
15. Lovers”
16. You Make Me Feel Brand New”

Babyface Albums

Babyface albums and release date
1. Tender Lover 1089
2. A Closer Look 1991
3. For The Cool In You 1993
4. The Day 1996
5. Christmas With Babyface 1998
6. Face2face 2001
7. A Love Story 2004
8. Grown & Sexy 2005
9. Playlist 2007
10. Love Marriage & Divorce 2014

Babyface Net Worth

Babyface an American R&B musician, singer-songwriter and record producer who has a net worth of $170 million his current salary is under review.