Ginuwine

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Biography

Ginuwine was borrn Elgin Baylor Lumkin in Washington, D.C. in 1970. He started showing interest in music since his early age, primarily being influenced by Prince and Michael Jackson. He started performing at bars and parties at the age of 12 as part of the local Finesse Five hip-hop group.

After a brief attempt at being a Michael Jackson impressionist and after getting a paralegal degree from a community college, he adopted the alias Ginuwine. He was soon discovered by Jodeci and he teamed up with the then up-and-coming producer Timbaland. The two of them recorded Ginuwine’s first album Ginuwine...The Bachelor, which was released in 1996.

The collaboration between the two continued and Ginuwine quickly broke to the mainstream with a few more albums and numerous hits behind him. In the meantime, he has collaborated with P. Diddy, Missy Elliott, and many other famous musicians. Even in his late 40s, Ginuwine is still rising and evolving. Book a ticket or two for his show today, you won’t regret it.