Grammy-nominated R&B Singer Ginuwine has partnered with personalized fragrance startup WHIFF, Inc., to create his own signature colognes and perfumes. "After weighing many different options to create my signature cologne, WHIFF was the perfect partner," Ginuwine says in a statement. "They have everything I need from e-Commerce expertise, online marketing, and fragrance manufacturing." During Ginuwine's history music career, he's been [Read More]
New Edition, Keith Sweat, Ginuwine, & More To Appear As a Part Of ‘Men Of R&B’ Week On ‘The Steve Harvey Show’ (Video)
Today (June 13th) marks the “Men of 90’s R&B Week” on the “Steve Harvey” talk show, and New Edition kicks of the week with a bang.
Today, the ladiesâ man drops a new one called âLeave It In,â and yup, itâs what you think itâs about. Like a true-blue Ginuwine tune (produced by Lamb in a Timbo-like manner), the 45-year-old sexually draws it out, like only he can...
In the accompanying music video, the R&B veteran pulls up in a brand new Corvette, but shortly after he parks the whip, two women steals it and go on a hell of a joy ride.
Looks like Ginuwine will tap into his new state of singledom for his upcoming 8th studio album, previously titled 'Same Ol G.'
Ginuwine will join forces with long-time collaborator and hit producer Timbaland for his forthcoming eight studio album, Same Ol G, which is also the title of a Timbaland produced song from his 1999 release, 100% Ginuwine.
Ginuwine may have had some trouble earlier this month, including a lawsuit and talk of divorce and alleged bankruptcy, but that hasn't stopped the "Differences" singer from booking shows.
Ginuwine is heading for divorce and is struggling with financial related issues following hit singles like "Pony" and "Differences." Confirming where he stands, following a New York Daily News exclusive, Ginuwine took to Instagram to confirm that his wife, rapper Sole, has nothing to do with his financial predicament and a current legal battle over royalties.
Ginuwine has been in the music industry long enough to know when an artist is hot it is time to deliver an album.
A rainy, muggy, and snowy day in New York City didn't stop natives from attending the Ginuwine concert on Saturday, December 14th at B.B. King Blues Club & Grille