One of THE greatest female groups of all-time has returned to the music scene.  The Funky Divas of, En Vogue, are not only back, but recently dropped a new single with plans of releasing a new album in the near future.  Before their was a Destiny's Child, there was En Vogue.  These sistas stayed at the top of the charts and reigned supreme from 1989 till 1996.

The original group consisted of Dawn Robinson, Terry Ellis, Maxine Jones and Cindy Herron.  Since their hay day, the group has gone through a few changes with Dawn leaving in 1997 and Maxine in 2001.  Through the years both singers would return for a brief period of time, before leaving for good.  Today the group is a trio and includes Terry EllisCindy Herron-Braggs and Rhona Bennett, who joined back in 2001. For a few years Bennett kinda took a backseat, while Dawn and Maxine made their returns and exits from the group. In 2011 though, she finally secured a permanent spot and the three Funky Divas have been performing ever since.

Matter of fact their on a world tour right now!  Click here and find when and where you can catch En Vogue live at a venue near you.  They got a lot to sing about these days.  The trio just released their first single in nearly five years.  It's called "De'ja vu," the lead-off track from their forthcoming album, Electric Cafe.' 

Electric Cafe.' is the first LP En Vogue has put out since their 2004, Soul Flowerand will give a nod to the sweet sound of the 60's.  Cindy said of the groups new project,

“Whether it’s old-school soul or challenging prejudice and racism with ‘Free Your Mind,’ as a group, we are consistently evolving musically and staying relevant with the times,” she continued. “We find total freedom and fulfillment when we hit the stage. It’s the ultimate connection with our fans. It’s about the energy you receive, the love, and the reciprocation from the message in the music.”

Welcome back ladies!  For all things entertainment get the scoop with Tha Wire twice a day, every weekday at 12:50 p.m. and 3:35 p.m. on The Peoples Station 107 Jamz.