Babyface’s & Tracey Edmonds’ Son Is Grown Now & So Much Like His Dad It’s Scary

Posted On : December 31, 2017

The legendary producer/singer/songwriter, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds (58), has written and produced over 26 number one R&B hits and won 11 Grammys throughout his career. Amazing feats no doubt. We’re willing to bet though, that there is no greater accomplishments and proud moments for Babyface, than his children. He has three: sons, Dylan and Brandon, with ex-wife Tracey Edmonds (50); and his youngest child, daughter, Peyton, with his current wife, Nicole (44).

Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds Honored On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame
Tracey Edmonds and Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds¬† (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

His son, Dylan, is the Edmonds kid who most reminds us of his daddy in several ways.

Although many Babyface fans probably never knew -or maybe forget- that his eldest son, Brandon (20) even exists, due to his low profile, we did get to see his youngest son, Dylan (16) make a few appearances on reality TV. In case you caught a few episodes of Tracey’s and her man, Deion Sanders’ show, Deion’s Family Playbook, you probably remember seeing a much younger Dylan on there.

Dylan Edmonds in 2011 (photo:  Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The thing that has now caught our attention is just how fast that young man has grown up. He was just a little kid on the show, but now he’s taller than his Pops. He’s just as introverted and laid back as his hit-making father too. In addition to that, Dylan looks like Babyface pretty much spit him out, as you can see in the photo below…

Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds with his and Tracey’s son, Dylan Edmonds (Getty Images)


Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds with his and Tracey’s son, Dylan Edmonds (Getty Images)


With the exception of their complexion difference, one glance at Dylan and you’d think you were looking at a young Babyface a few years before he made his introduction to the world in his 80’s R&B group, The Deele. Remember the Deele, with L.A. Reid and the rest of their members? They were the TRUTH back in the day, with songs like “Two Occasions” and “Shoot ‘Em Movies”…

But I digress…back to Dylan Edmonds though, he’s done a wonderful job at making all of us, here at ILoveOldSchoolMusic, feel old as hell. But it’s all good. Check out a few more photos Tracey posted of herself spending some quality time with her youngest not-so-little-baby, Dylan…