Kevon Edmonds Biography – Kevon Edmonds Wiki
Kevon Edmonds is an American singer, songwriter, producer and actor.
Kevon Edmonds, one of six brothers, formed the group After 7 with his brother Melvin and classmate Keith Mitchell while attending Indiana University in 1988. As lead singer, he took the ensemble to the Top 10 singles chart eleven times — twice to Number One with “Ready or Not” and “Can’t Stop.” Signed to Virgin Records and a production deal with LaFace — L.A. Reid and sibling Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds — who penned their chart-topping hits, After 7 enjoyed two Gold albums, a multi-Platinum album, three Gold movie soundtracks and successful tours.
When the band dissolved in 1997, Kevon worked with LaFace productions, contributing to film soundtracks, adding background vocals to LaFace artists’ albums, gathering talent for studio-session choirs, and acting as songwriter and executive co-producer (with Babyface) on his RCA Records solo debut, 24/7. The 1999 release was certified Gold, and the title track climbed to #2 on the charts.
Kevon Edmonds Age
He was born on February 25, 1958 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.
Kevon Edmonds Parents – Kevon Edmonds Family
Kevon Edmonds’ parents were Marvin Edmonds Sr. and Barbara Edmonds. He is one of six brothers: Marvin Jr., Michael, Melvin Edmonds, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, and Derek. Marvin Sr. died in 1972, followed by Marvin Jr. in 2011 and Barbara in 2012.
Led by the success of Babyface, an 11-time Grammy Award winner, the Edmonds have been described as Indiana’s most prominent musical family since the Jackson 5.
Kevon Edmonds Wife
He is married to his wife Ruth E. Ross Edmonds.
Kevon Edmonds Daughter
He has a daughter named Karmella Rose Edmonds.
Kevon Edmonds Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
Kevon Edmonds Albums
- 24/7 (1999)
- Who Knew (2009)