The female vocal quartet En Vogue was conceived and put together by the production team of Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy, both former members of Club Nouveau. Foster and McElroy wanted a vocal group that could exude sultriness and intelligence in addition to vocal proficiency.
En Vogue are one of the most successful girlbands in history. They’ve sold over 20 million records, won countless awards and, during the early nineties, produced classic songs like My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It), Hold On and Free Your Mind. Their 1992 album Funky Divas brought a new wave of sexy, sassy songs crashing through a music scene over-run with mindless pop.