So it’s true: even Babyface and his wife can’t stay together. After 13 years of marriage, Kenneth Edmonds and his wife Tracey have called it quits. Despite their differences, both Babyface and Tracey will remain friends and business partners (good luck to you!), and take care of their children, or so they claim.
Babyface, who has penned some of the 90s’ most enduring pop-R&B songs for artists including Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige, Toni Braxton, and other divas, and created a thriving solo career for himself starting from his The Deele days, has written a lot of music about how much he loves his wife. He probably does, but not enough to stick with her.
Whatever happened to “for better or for worse,” Kenny?