Top 20 R&B Girl Groups

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4. En Vogue

Cindy, Maxine, Dawn and Terry, four girls from Oakland, California were one of the most successful acts of the 1990s as En Vogue. Their music video for their first single, “Hold On,” off their debut album, Born to Sing, featured the ladies in all black body-con dresses singing their hearts out and became a template for every talent show and for many female acts that followed, including Destiny’s Child. En Vogue are in the top 10 of the best-selling girl groups of all-time, selling 20 million albums worldwide. Their sophomore LP, Funky Divas, showed that all four ladies could sing lead and still strike platinum with hits like "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)," "Giving Him Something He Can Feel," "Free Your Mind" and "Give It Up Turn It Loose." But it was their track on the Set It Off film soundtrack that scored them their biggest hit with “Don’t Let Go (Love).”  Shortly after, Dawn departed from the group, making them EV3, but later they reunited for the BET Awards in 2008. We’d love to see these ladies make beautiful music together once again.

(Photo: Courtesy Atlantic Records)

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