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Despite his activity in New Edition, LSG, and his duets with Stacy Lattisaw, it’s hard to believe that Johnny Gill — who has been making records since 1983 — is on only his sixth solo album. Now on the boutique label Notifi, distributed by Fontana, Gill nonetheless works with some of the more established names in R&B, including Troy Taylor, Johnta Austin, Bryan-Michael Cox, and longtime associates Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. There’s an eyebrow-raising ballad with LSG mate Keith Sweat and Eddie Levert (father of late LSG member Gerald), produced by the late Static Major; it’s one of the album’s highlights. Throughout the album — the first half especially — an all-male array of background and co-lead vocalists is prominent enough to make a listener wonder if Gill has formed a new group. It’s most jarring on the title track, an obvious attempt to fit in with mainstream R&B radio. Those who are drawn to Gill’s ballads will find a few songs to enjoy, including the sparse piano/falsetto number “2nd Place."

Biography

Born: May 22, 1966 in Washington D.C.

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A singer behind eight solo and duet Top Ten R&B hits, as well as a member of New Edition since 1987, Johnny Gill was born in Washington, D.C., and began singing at a young age, beside his brothers in the gospel group Wings of Faith. His solo career began in 1983, when he signed to the Atlantic-affiliated Cotillion label and scored a number 29 R&B hit with his first single, the Freddie Perren-produced "Super Love." Even then, Gill had a mature and muscular voice — one that sounded more...
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