Who Is Ginuwine The Singer?? Bio, Net Worth, Age, Children, Dancing GIF/MEME.
One of the showstopper of the 90s, he definitely had the ladies glued around his fingertips. Ginuwine was one of R&Bs pre-eminent love men during the 90s heyday of hip-hop soul.
Initially teamed with Timbaland, the most innovative and record-breaking producer of the late 90s, Ginuwine’s sultry, seductive crooning earned him the favour of the women, a substantial female following like no other and made him a regular presence on the R&B charts, even after the futuristic production he favoured was eclipsed by the more organic retro-leaning neo-soul movement.
Ginuwine was born in Washington DC, on October 15, 1970 with the unlikely name of Elgin Baylor Lumpkin (named after DC born Basketball Hall of Famer Elgin Baylor). As a youngster, Lumpkin’s interest in music was ignited by Prince and Michael Jackson. At the young age of 12, he began performing at parties and bars with the local hip-hop group, the Finesse Five.
The hit maker in 1986, graduated from Forestville High School (now known as Forestville military Academy) in Forestville, Maryland and later graduated from Prince George’s community college in Largo Maryland with a paralegal associate’s degree.
Ginuwine is a singer, songwriter, dancer, and actor who was married to the rapper Tonya M. Johnston better known by her stage name Solé. Ginuwine met Solé in June 1999, and they began dating in October 1999. They got married on September 8,2003 in the Cayman Islands. They lived in Maryland and have two daughters together :Story (born March 29, 2001) and Dream Sarae Lumpkin (born November 1,2002).
He has a son Elgin Jr. (Born January 30, 1991) from a previous relationship, as well as four other children by three different women. In February 2009, Ginuwine announced he has nine children ;
Ramonda, Tiffany, Elgin, Ginel, Tahjair, Story and Dream. Plus two-step children ;Dejan and Cypress. Phew! Talk about being a father of nations!
In November 2014, he announced he and Solé had separated. Their divorce was finalized July 22, 2015.
The DC native was seen grooving to his 1998 classic hit “Same Ol’ G” as he swiftly delivered some leg moves on the dance floor, this quickly took the internet in an uproar of laughter as the singer became the face of a few comical memes after this quirky dance moves. People have recreated the video of the 1990s heartthrob and imitated his dance moves while others compared his moves to cartoon characters. It didn’t take long before some comparisons became callous, one connecting Ginuwine to ‘Family Guy’ character Quagmire.
We hope to see more of that smooth moves Ginuwine!