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Babyface's latest or related album is Babyface - A Collection of His Greatest Hits
Which is released on 2000-11-14 from record company Sony.
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'Face Time: Whitney Houston, "Queen of the Night"¯ - Source: Pop Dose Sure, the Man Who Would Be Babyface - Kenneth Edmonds - was born in 1959, but the singer, songwriter, producer, and all-around hit maker extraordinaire began taking baby steps up the Billboard charts the year Michael Jackson's Thriller dominated every chart.
'Face Time: Fall Out Boy, "I'm Like a Lawyer With the Way I'm Always Trying to Get You Off (Me & You)"¯ - Source: Pop Dose Mike's on a brief leave of absence from 'Face Time, which must be why Jeff and I have both been staring longingly into the distance while listening to Babyface's biggest Top 40 hit.
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Babyface (Kenneth Brian Edmonds) is a multi-platinum selling rnb singer, songwriter and record producer. He has written and produced for artists such as Whitney Houston, Karyn White, Johnny Gill, Vanessa Williams, Pebbles, Madonna and Boyz II Men, and has also worked on various film soundtracks in his successful career. READ MORE below about THE CAREER… Kenneth Edmonds was born on April 10, 1958, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Marvin and Barbara Edmonds. Barbara was a pharmaceutical plant manager. Edmonds, who is the fifth of six brothers (including future After 7 band members Melvin and Kevon Edmonds, the latter of whom went on to have a modestly successful solo career), attended North Central High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, and as a shy youth, wrote songs to express his emotions. When he was in eighth grade, Edmonds’s father died of lung cancer, leaving his mother to raise her sons alone. At this stage, Edmonds became determined to have a career in music. Edmonds later played with funk performer Bootsy Collins, who tagged him “Babyface” because of his cute face while he was still a teen. He also played in the groups Manchild (which had a 1976 hit “Especially for You” with band member Daryl Simmons), as he was a guitarist for the band. Then, as a keyboardist in the light-funk and R&B group The Deele (which also included drummer Antonio “L.A.” Reid, with whom he would later form a successful writing and producing partnership). Learn more about Babyface