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What is Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds’ net worth? Exploring singer’s fortune as he announces split from his wife, Nicole Pantenburg

Kenneth Brian Edmonds, known professionally as “Babyface,” has announced that he is divorcing his wife, Nicole Pantenberg. They have been married for seven years since 2014, and have a 12-year-old daughter, Peyton Nicole.

The couple released a joint statement to TMZ, announcing their split. Mentioning them, he said:

“We continue to care and respect each other and share an undying love for our daughter and her well-being.”

Babyface, a singer and record producer, was also married to American entrepreneur Tracy Edmonds from 1992 to 2005 and has two sons.

How much is Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds worth?

According to, the American R&B singer-songwriter is reportedly worth $200 million. Most of Babyface’s wealth comes from album sales and record production.

Edmonds called funk and R&B singer Bootsy Collins a “babyface” because of his youth. During his teenage years, the artist was also part of the music group “Manchild” as a guitarist in the early 1970s.

Kenny then moved to the funk band Red Hot in 1982.

Babyface debuted with their 1986 studio album “Lovers”. The album peaked at 28 on the Soul Albums Chart. In 1989, the singer released the album “Tender Lover”, which reached number 14 on the Billboard chart (1990).

The R&B singer’s most successful album was “Love, Marriage and Divorce” in 2014, which peaked at number four. On the album, Babyface collaborated with singer Toni Braxton.

The 62-year-old star won his first Grammy in 1993 as the songwriter for Boyz II Men’s “End of the Road.” He shared the award with longtime colleagues LA Reed and Daryl Simmons.

The music mogul won 11 Grammys out of 13 nominations. He last won a Grammy in 2014 for the album “Love, Marriage and Divorce”. Additionally, he won three AMAs in the Favorite Soul/R&B Male Performer category in 1994, 1995 and 1998.

Babyface also dabbled in television and film production when he founded Edmonds Entertainment Group with his then-wife Tracy Edmonds in the mid-1990s. He was a producer on films like “Soul Food (1997)” and “Jusie the Pissy Cat (2001)”.

In 1989, Edmonds co-founded La Face Records with producer and songwriter Antonio Marquis “LA” Reed. The label featured artists such as TLC, Usher and Tony Braxton.

TLC has sold over 60 million albums and a total of 75 million records worldwide. Meanwhile, Braxton has sold a total of over 10 million copies in the US alone.

Babyface has also written and produced songs for stars such as Boyz II Men, Madonna, Celine Dion, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Backstreet Boys, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Pink, Ariana Grande, Zendaya, among others.

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Babyface’s Incline Village, his property in Nevada…

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