Soul Flower is the sixth studio album by American R&B group En Vogue, released in 2004. Recorded on the independent label 33rd Street, it went on to sell 35,000 copies and failed to chart on the Billboard 200. The album reached #47 on the charts for Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #15 on Billboard's Independent Albums chart. It failed to chart in the UK.
First single, "Losin' My Mind", failed to chart anywhere, while second single "Ooh Boy" only charted at #109 on the Hot 100 and #101 on the R&B charts.
This album marked the induction of new member Rhona Bennett, who replaced previous new addition Amanda Cole.
Ten of the fifteen tracks were originally recorded with Cole; these were later re-recorded with Bennett who replaced all of Cole's leads on the album.
Five additional tracks were then added to complete the album. The song "Stop" as well as the lead single "Losin' My Mind" were brought in by Bennett, "Ez-a-Lee" was an additional track added by the group's new management, while "Ooh Boy" and "New Day Callin'" were brought to the project by the record company.