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    ‘Girls Night Out’, Babyface And The New Generation of Women in Music

    Babyface is back and this time he’s doing something special for the women. Girls Night Out has hit our airwaves, the collaborative album produced by Babyface is a one of kind collection. The 13-track project features a beautiful mix of today’s rising stars and the trendsetters that came before. With an all women collaboration list, Girls Night Out is a beautiful tribute to the new generation of women in music.

    Surprising Features on “Girls Night Out”

    Babyface is historically and respectfully known as one of the greatest producers of all time. With over 26 No. 1 singles, multiple Grammys and countless features, Babyface knows a thing or two about good music. This time around he decided to utilize the impact of rising female musicians of this generation to create a new classic album.

    Starting off the album is a playful and exciting intro featuring the legendary Angie Martinez and LaLa Anthony. Sensual singles like Liquor featuring Ari Lennox and Simple featuring Coco Jones, set a feminine and grown vibe. Although Babyface will always be the innovator of romantic R&B, we see a fresh and current approach throughout the album. Singles like G Wagon featuring Sevyn Streeter and Say Less featuring Tiana Major9, offer modern hip-hop with classic R&B undertones. His use of fresh beats over harmonic hooks, shows his respect and attention to detail for the new generation of women in music.

    “Girls Night Out” is Absolutely For The Women

    Other notable features on the album include Queen Naija, Ella Mai, Kehlani, Muni Long and Chicago’s very own Tink. Giving us a taste of womanhood through tales of love, sex, confidence and admiration, Girls Night Out is made for the woman audience. Babyface as always delivers a beautiful production, finding a unique way to capture the essence of each female artist.

    Bridging the gap between old school originals and modern day hits, Babyface creates a connection with the new generation. Recently we have seen a lot of negativity surrounding females in the music industry, this has created a divide where sisterhood should thrive. From online social media beef, to purposely refusing to work with one another the relationship amongst women in music is in need of repair.

    Girls Night Out is not only a beautiful collaborative project for the ages, it’s an example of what true sisterhood looks like. Babyface not only produced another original masterpiece, he reminded the industry what genuine support is all about. Taking a moment to highlight the power of women in music, while showcasing their undeniable talent, Girls Night Out is a serenade to the new generation of women in music.

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