American singer-songwriter, dancer, and actor Ginuwine, real name Elgin Baylor Lumpkin, is from. Ginuwine is one of his albums, and he has produced The Bachelor (2 Platinum), 100% Ginuwine (2 Platinum), The Senior (Gold), and The Life (Platinum).
The singer, songwriter, dancer, and actor Ginuwine hails from the United States. At the start of the 1990s, Ginuwine was a part of the Swing Mob. Ginuwine became one of R&B’s top performers in the late 1990s and early 2000s after signing with Epic Records as a solo artist.
Ginuwine has recorded a number of albums and singles that have achieved platinum and multi-platinum sales. His first four albums, Ginuwine,,,, and, all achieved substantial commercial success.
Platinum-certified albums by The Senior, The Life, 100% Ginuwine, The Bachelor, and The Life (Gold). In the US, around 10 million Ginuwine records have been sold, according to Billboard.
He was born on October 15, 1970. 52 years old at the time of writing. He is American and was born in Washington, D.C.
Measurements for Ginuwine
The multi-talented musician, who is also 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 75 kg (165 lbs), is regarded as one of the tall men in the music business.
Rapper from Kansas City, Missouri, Tonya Michelle Johnston is better known by her stage name Solé. She is of Choctaw Native American and African descent, according to her debut album Skin Deep.
In a previous relationship, Solé gave birth to two children. Solé and Ginuwine were married in Grand Cayman in June 1999 after they first met. In 2001 and 2002, respectively, they had two daughters. They separated formally in 2015 after Ginuwine and Solé announced their separation in November.
Professional Life and Careers of Ginuwine
- Ginuwine began his professional career as a worker at Donald “DeVante Swing” DeGrate’s music studio, which was formed by the Rochester, New York-based record company “Swing Mob.”
- He then worked on several other projects, including as his debut album, “Ginuwine…The Bachelor,” and hits like “Pony.”
- The smash singles “Same Ol’G,” “So Anxious,” and “None of Ur Friends Business” are all from his second album, “100% Ginuwine,” which was released in 1999. The Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart ranked his single, “Differences,” at the top.
- Both of his parents passed away in 2001. Then, a year later, his mother passed away from cancer. His father first committed suicide. He launched his own label, Bag Entertainment, in 2002, which featured musicians including Knight and Jose Cenquentez.
- On November 15, 2005, he released Back II Da Basics, his fifth studio album, which debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 and was able to sell almost 100,000 copies.
- His sixth studio album, A Man’s Thoughts, which featured Brandy, Missy Elliott, Bun B, and Timbaland as guests, was released on June 23, 2009.
- Then he formed a group called “TGT” in partnership with Tank and Tyrese. A contract with Atlantic Records was inked by them in 2012. Their debut album, “Three Kings,” which was published in 2013, was nominated for a Grammy Award.
- Ginuwine’s seventh studio album, named “Elgin,” was released on Valentine’s Day of 2011.
In the 2004 film “You Got Served,” he was cast as the character “Elgin,” which is his true name. In the film “Juwant to Mann,” he played the R&B singer “Romeo” as a member of the cast.
On the Rebound, You Say He’s Just A Friend, and All this and Turkey, Too are three episodes of the American television sitcom “Moesha.”
Half & Half, Parks and Recreation, Martial Law, and other shows are among his numerous acting credits. Later, on January 5, 2018, he took part in “Celebrity Big Brother 21,” a UK reality competition, and on January 23, 2018, he was eliminated after finishing 11th.
Wealth of Ginuwine
Approximately $1.5 million is thought to be his net worth. In November 2014, a legal representative for Ginuwine alleged that the musician was about to file for bankruptcy. Ginuwine’s attorney claimed that the singer’s expensive divorce from musician Solé was to blame for his financial difficulties.
According to the people who sued Ginuwine, he was charged with filing for bankruptcy on a false pretense to avoid reaching new agreements. He has a great sense of pride in his singing career. “Pony,” the album’s debut track, peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100 charts and has since become a smash.