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Babyface (born April 10, 1958) is a 12-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist, songwriter, producer, and one of the most celebrated creative forces in music history. He is the only producer to win the ‘Producer of the Year’ category four times, three times of which was in consecutive years (1995-1997); a record he holds to this day. Babyface is also co-founder of the legendary record label LaFace, which launched the careers of artists like Usher, Toni Braxton, TLC, Outkast, and Pink.
A prolific artist and producer, boasts a remarkable five-decade career marked by consecutive multi-platinum albums like Tender Lover, For the Cool in You, and The Day. His Grammy-winning collaboration with Toni Braxton resulted in the album Love, Marriage & Divorce in 2014. Notably, Babyface's songwriting and production talents have graced the works of numerous music legends, from Madonna to Michael Jackson, making him a driving force behind over 800 million records sold and 125 Top 10 hits. In 2022, he released "Girls Night Out," a collaborative project featuring contemporary R&B stars, earning Grammy nominations and chart-topping success.
Throughout his illustrious career, Babyface has collected an impressive array of accolades, including 80 Grammy nominations, 51 BMI Awards, 4 American Music Awards, 5 Soul Train Awards, and 5 NAACP Image Awards.