EN VOGUE

EN VOGUE

En Vogue é um quarteto norte americano de R&B formado pelos produtores musicais Denzil Foster e Thomas McElroy em 1989.

Até agosto de 2008, o grupo já tinha vendido mais de 20 milhões de álbuns e singles em todo o mundo. O En Vogue venceu mais prêmios VMAs do que qualquer outro grupo feminino da história da MTV, com um total de sete, assim como três Soul Train Awards, dois American Music Awards, além de ter recebido sete indicações aos prêmios Grammy. De acordo com a Billboard, o grupo foi o 18o ato musical de maior sucesso na década de 1990, tendo permanecido 2.800 semanas nas paradas da revista.

Discografia:
1990: Born To Sing
1991: Remix to Sing
1992: Funky Divas
1993: Runaway Love
1997: EV3
1999: Best of En Vogue
2000: Masterpiece Theatre
2001: Very Best of En Vogue
2002: The Gift of Christmas
2004: Soul Flower
2007: The Platinum Collection

Year Award
1990 Won Billboard Music Award for R&B Single of the Year ("Hold On").

1991 Nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Dance Single ("Hold On").
1991 Nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Dance New Artist.
1991 Nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Hold On")
1991 Won Soul Train Music Award for Best Single by a Duo/Group ("Hold On").

1992 Won a MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography ("My Lovin' (Never Gonna Get It)").
1992 Nominated for MTV Video Music Awards Best Group Video, Best Dance Video, Best Direction, Best Editing, and Best Cinematography ("My Lovin' (Never Gonna Get It)").

1993 Won an American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Album (Funky Divas) and was nominated for Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group.
1993 Nominated for Grammy Awards for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group (Funky Divas); Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group; and Best Music Video, Short Form ("Free Your Mind").
1993 Won Soul Train Music Award for Sammy Davis, Jr. Entertainer of the Year.
1993 Won Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B Album, Group and Best R&B Group. (Funky Divas)
1993 Won MTV Video Music Awards for Best Choreography, Best Dance Video, and Best R&B Video for "Free Your Mind" and nominated for Video of the Year, Best Direction, Best Cinematography, Viewer's Choice, and Best Group Video, also for "Free Your Mind"

1994 Won American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group.
1994 Nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Give it Up, Turn It Loose").
1994 Won MTV Video Music Awards for Best Dance Video, Best R&B Video, and Best Choreography for "Whatta Man", and was also nominated in that category for "Runaway Love."

1995 Nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Single ("Whatta Man").
1995 Nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Whatta Man").

1997 Nominated for Billboard Music Award for Top Hot 100 Singles Artists - Duos/Group
1997 Nominated for Billboard Music Award for Top Soundtrack Single for "Don't Let Go (Love)"
1997 Nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Don't Let Go (Love)").
1997 Won Soul Train Lady of Soul Award for Best R&B, Rap or Soul Single by Group, Band or Duo ("Don't Let Go (Love)").

1998 Nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Band.
1998 Nominated for an MVPA Award for Best Special Effects in a Music Video ("Too Gone, Too Long"). [1]

1999 Nominated for VH1 Fashion Award for Most Fashionable Video (Whatever).
1999 Named by Billboard one of the 20 most successful artists of the 1990s (Ranked #18).

2001 Nominated for a Soul Train Lady of Soul Award for Best R&B/Soul Album: Group, Band or Duo (Masterpiece Theatre).

2004 Nominated for California Music Award for Outstanding R&B Album of the Year (Soul Flower).