Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
Ginuwine : The Life
The pretty boy of soul is back with an album that features contributions from Diane Warren and Timbaland...
Fear not if your wondering where the bachelor's ground breaking beats are. 'How Deep Is Your Love' and the low down funky Timbaland-produced 'That's How I Get Down' skip along in more than effective manner. And for those purely only interested in hearing our mans take on all things sexual (you know who you are), the breezy Latin-influenced 'The Show After Show' and rough-edged 'Role Play' will more than satisfy.
It was always going to be impossible for Ginuwine to burst back in quite the same fashion as he suddenly first appeared riding his pony. But this set absolutely does no harm in consolidating himself as one of R&B's brightest stars.
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