Babyface Nominated for Three GRAMMY Awards
Babyface has received three GRAMMY Award nominations for Best R&B Album with Girls Night Out, Best Traditional R&B Performance for his single “Simple” with Coco Jones, and SZA’s song “Snooze,” which was nominated for Best R&B Song. He now holds 83 GRAMMY Award nominations. He also wrote, produced, and was featured on Diddy’s GRAMMY nominated Love Album for Best […]Read more
Babyface Nominated For Two BET Soul Train Awards
Babyface has received two BET Soul Train Award nominations for Best R&B/Soul Male Artist and Album of the Year for his album “Girls Night Out.”Read more
The Source: Babyface Electrifies Crowd at The Palms Hotel in Las Vegas
“Over the weekend, Las Vegas’ renowned Palms Hotel was treated to a night of unforgettable music and nostalgia courtesy of the incomparable Babyface. The 12-time Grammy-winning and platinum-selling artist graced the stage with an electrifying presence, showcasing his endless catalog of hits.” -The Source Click here to read more at TheSource.com.Read more
Babyface & Ari Lennox – Liquor
Babyface & Coco Jones – Simple
Babyface ft. Baby Tate – Don’t Even Think About It (Live on Fallon Tonight)
Babyface ft. Ella Mai – Keeps On Fallin’ (Official Music Video)
Babyface ft. Ella Mai – Keeps On Fallin’ (Live at BET Awards 2022)
Babyface ft. Queen Naija – Game Over (Visualizer)
Babyface ft. Kehlani – Seamless (Official Audio)
Charlie Wilson – No Stoppin’ Us ft. Babyface, K-Ci Hailey & Johnny Gill (Official Music Video)
Jam & Lewis x Babyface – He Don’t Know Nothin’ Bout It (Official Video)
Ty Dolla $ign – Solid ft. Babyface (Music Video)
Babyface and Lucky Daye Perform Their Hit Song Shoulda – Soul Train Awards
Toni Braxton, Babyface – Hurt You (Official Video)
Babyface – We’ve Got Love (Official Video)
Babyface – Every Time I Close My Eyes
Babyface – Whip Appeal
Babyface – Never Keeping Secrets
Babyface – When Can I See You
Babyface – This Is For The Lover In You
Babyface – How Come, How Long
Babyface – And Our Feelings
Babyface – What If (Official Video)
Babyface ft. Toni Braxton – Give U My Heart (Official Video)
Babyface – For The Cool In You
Babyface – It’s No Crime
Babyface – The Loneliness (Official Video)
Babyface – My Kinda Girl (Official Video)
Babyface – Tender Lover
Babyface – Reason for Breathing (Video)
The Deele – Two Occasions (Official Music Video)
Babyface – Rock Bottom (Official Music Video)
Babyface – You Were There
Babyface – There She Goes (Official Video)
Babyface – I’ll Make Love to You (MTV Unplugged, NYC, 1997)
Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds – Not Going Nowhere
Babyface – End of the Road (MTV Unplugged, NYC, 1997)
Babyface – Whip Appeal (MTV Unplugged, NYC, 1997)
Babyface – The Day (That You Gave Me a Son) (MTV Unplugged, NYC, 1997)
Babyface – Change the World (MTV Unplugged, NYC, 1997)
12-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist, songwriter, and producer. He has produced and written 125 Top 10 Hits, 45 number 1 R&B hits, and 16 number 1 pop hits. In 2023 Babyface’s latest single “As a matter of fact” reached #1 on the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay chart.Read More
Babyface is a 12-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist, songwriter, producer, and one of the most celebrated creative forces in music history. He is the only producer to win the ‘Producer of the Year’ category four times, three times of which was in consecutive years (1995-1997); a record he holds to this day. Kenny is also co-founder of the legendary record label LaFace, which launched the careers of artists like Usher, Toni Braxton, TLC, Outkast, and Pink.
From humble beginnings in Indianapolis, Kenny developed his love for music early on when he began songwriting at the age of 12. Upon graduating high school, he got signed to his first record deal after joining the band, Manchild. In the 1980s, he broke into the music world as guitarist and songwriter for the R&B band, The Deele, where he met future LaFace co-founder LA Reid.
Over the past five decades, he released three consecutive multi-platinum albums: Tender Lover (1989), featuring the #1 “Tender Lover”; For the Cool in You (1993), which included “Never Keeping Secrets” and “When Can I See You”; and The Day (1996) featuring “Every Time I Close My Eyes.”
In 2014, he collaborated with Toni Braxton and released the Grammy Award-winning album
Love, Marriage & Divorce.
Babyface has written and produced hits for artists like Bobby Brown, Boyz II Men, Eric Clapton, Madonna, Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Mary J Blige, Celine Dion, Aretha Franklin, George Michael, Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber, Phil Collins, Janet Jackson, Chaka Khan, Anita Baker, Faith Evans, Jay Z, Stevie Wonder, Chris Brown, John Mayer, Lionel Richie, Michael Bolton, Kenny G, Lil Wayne, Luther Vandross, Barbara Streisand, Puff Daddy, Bruno Mars, and countless others.
On July 15th, 2023 Babyface’s latest single “As a matter of fact” reached #1 on the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay chart. The song is his first #1 solo single in 26 years. Download / stream “As a matter of fact” HERE.
On October 21, 2022 Babyface released his new project, Girls Night Out, which features the legendary singer/songwriter/producer’s collaborations with some of today’s brightest female R&B stars, including Ella Mai, who is heard on the first single, “Keeps On Fallin’,” which is Grammy nominated for Best Traditional R&B Performance and took the #1 spot on the
Mediabase R&B chart. He also teams up with Ari Lennox; Kehlani; Queen Naija, Coco Jones; Tiana Major9; Tink; Baby Tate; Muni Long; Amaarae; Sevyn Streeter & Tkay Maidza; Doechii and Angie Martinez & Lala Anthony. Download / stream Girls Night Out HERE.
Currently Babyface is working on his 12th studio album.
Babyface has contributed to over 800 million records sold and over a billion records streamed. He has produced and written 125 Top 10 Hits, 45 number 1 R&B hits, and 16 number 1 pop hits. In addition to winning a total of 12 Grammys, he has been nominated 80 times.
Throughout his career, Babyface has won the BMI Pop Songwriter of the Year trophy seven times, received a total of 51 BMI Awards, as well as 4 American Music Awards, 5 Soul Train Awards, and 5 NAACP Image awards.
He also produced and co-wrote the Oscar winning song “When You Believe,” sung by Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey.
In 1999, Kenny’s home state Indiana named a highway after him, and in 2013, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In 2017, he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Babyface is a passionate philanthropist, actively supporting the Carousel of Hope, which benefits the Children’s Diabetes Foundation, the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, Larry Ruvo’s “Keep Memory Alive,” and Stand Up for Cancer.
In the past, he has also lent his support to FasterCures, VH-1 Save the Music, United Negro College Fund, the David Foster Foundation, and the Mike Milken Prostate Cancer Foundation.