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I know that probably a few may not agree, but I think En Vogue’s first album entitled “Born To Sing” was their best album of their entire career. It’s not to say that they didn’t have a couple of hits (here and there) with their later album “Funky Divas (1992);” but the fact remains, they’ve had more hits on their first album than all their other albums.  I honestly don’t know what happened? They have the talent, but for some reason their career tanked. The sad part is that so many groups mimic them back in the day, it wasn’t like people weren’t in to their style of music anymore. I like mostly everything on the “Born To Sing,” except the song called “Time Goes On.” I find that song quite annoying “ticktock, ticktock” through out the song.. LOL. My favorites, and probably the most well known are “Hold On,” “Just Can’t Stay Away,” “Don’t Go,” and I love their rendition of “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” was very cute.

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