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Melvin Edmonds was a founding member of Indianapolis R&B group After 7 and older brother of Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds. He died on Saturday May 18, 2019, after a brief illness. He was 65.\r\nR&B singer Melvin Edmonds, a member of the group After 7 and brother of superstar Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, has died, his former bandmate told CNN.\r\nThe R&B superstar Melvin Edmonds led a musically rich life in the band After 7. Fans, friends and family all over the world are crushed over the news of Edmonds' sudden death at age 65. He has left an impact on the lives of those that have been dedicated to his music and his loved ones will never be the same without him. How did ...\r\nMelvin Edmonds. Melvin Edmonds is an American Singer, Songwriter, and founder of R&B group After 7 that was started in 1987. Unfortunately, the singer recently passed away due to a short illness and his fans and family members are shocked on hearing the news.\r\nFounding member Melvin Edmonds of R&B Grammy Nominated group After 7 has died at age 64. No cause of death is being reported at this time. Melvin's son Jason Edmonds took to his Facebook profile to speak on the passing of his father: "I've been receiving and reading everyone's messages and text…\r\nMelvin Edmonds (2 November 1953 – 18 May 2019) R'n'b singer - songwriter. Born in Indiana, November 2 1953 U.S. Brother to Kevon Edmonds and Kenneth Edmonds. He had contributed backing vocals for Johnny Gill, Whitney Houston Mariah Carey, Babyface etc.\r\nMelvin Edmonds, Actor: Soul Food. Melvin Edmonds was born on November 2, 1953 in Indiana, USA. He was an actor, known for Soul Food (1997), Milestone: I Care 'Bout You (1997) and Soul Train (1971). He died on May 18, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana.\r\nMelvin Edmonds (born in 1954) is an American Singer, Musician, and Songwriter from Indiana, USA. In fact, he has best known for his “After 7” music group started in 1987. Later on, Melvin’s brothers Kevon and Keith also joined. His son Jason Edmonds also becomes the part of their team.\r\nSinger Melvin Edmonds, from the Grammy-nominated ’90s R&B group After 7 and brother to Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, died over the weekend. He was 65. Melvin passed away Saturday (May 18) following a short illness, his son confirmed to the Indy Star. The group's surviving members released a\r\nMelvin Edmonds (deceased) After 7 is an American R&B group founded in 1987 by brothers Melvin and Kevon Edmonds, and Keith Mitchell. Jason Edmonds, son of Melvin Edmonds, later joined. The Edmonds brothers are the siblings of pop/R&B singer/composer/producer, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.\r\n