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If anyone's gonna have sex with Babyface's ex-wife, the legendary music producer is glad it's Deion Sanders.Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds -- who divorced ex-wife Tracey Edmonds in 2005 -- recently sat for an interview with Oprah, and explained how Tracey's new BF Deion approached him for a man-to-man talk to make sure they had no problems with each other.Babyface says he was blown away by Deion's classy move to clear the air ... their love just changed from love-love to friend-love. and is totally at peace with Tracey's new relationship. Babyface has been catching some flack for the interview -- he said he wasn't "in love" with Tracey towards the end of their marriage. R&B icons Toni Braxton and Babyface return to the Adult R&B airplay chart with "Hurt You," which opens at No. The first single from their forthcoming duets album marks their 23rd and 21st appearances, respectively, dating to the chart's 1993 inception.In its first week of availability, the song reached 2.2 million in audience across 51 of the chart's 62 reporting stations, according to Nielsen BDS.(The track was aided by hourly airplay in its first day last Monday (Aug. It had been over three years since either artist last graced Adult R&B, with Braxton's 2010 hit "Hands Tied" peaking at No.



The Babyface-produced "Hurt You" is the first single off his and Braxton's duets album "Love, Marriage & Divorce," slated for a Dec. (born April 10, 1959), known professionally as Babyface, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer.He has written and produced over 26 number-one R&B hits throughout his career, and has won 11 Grammy Awards. Barbara was a production operator at a pharmaceutical plant.Edmonds, who is the fifth of six brothers (including future After 7 band members Melvin and Kevon Edmonds, the latter of whom went on to have a modestly successful solo career), attended North Central High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, and as a shy youth, wrote songs to express his emotions.

Edmonds later played with funk performer Bootsy Collins, who tagged him "Babyface" because of his youthful look.

He also performed in the group Manchild (which had a 1977 hit "Especially for You" with band member Daryl Simmons) as a guitarist.