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Album Review

The only blunder made with the selections on Ginuwine's Greatest Hits is that it doesn't contain "Love You More," a sweet ballad that received a fair amount of play on U.S. radio stations and scaled up to the Top 30 of the R&B chart. Apart from that, there are no gripes to be had with Greatest Hits. It otherwise remains true to its title. The spread from Ginuwine's first five albums, released from 1996 through 2005, is fairly balanced. While another three or four songs could've been added to the program, it'll satisfy anyone with a moderate interest in one of the more successful male R&B vocalists of the late '90s and early 2000s — one who handled the club tracks ("Pony," "Hell Yeah"), ballads ("So Anxious," "Differences," "Stingy"), and mid-tempo material ("What's So Different") equally well.

Customer Reviews

The End for this G?

I am a fan of Ginuwine. There seems to be about 5 or 6 tracks he's done with producer Timbaland, where I believed him to be his best. However G has proven he can strike out on his own with Differences, Superman, Stingy, and a string of others. The last album I purchased just on name recognition, it was called "Back 2 da basics". I was excited because he was supposed to get back with Timbo. It was anything but. I wasn't disappointed, it was just unexpected. I still rocked the ballads, just with mild disappointed it wasn't done with Timbo beats. The guy is married and he's made his mark in R&B, and it seemed he did that last album not out of passion, but because he was due up to put another one out there. This greatest hits album is a classic, they'll be putting these on a body and soul record down the road. But it makes me question the G of the future. Is this the End for the true him? Is this the downside of his career?

The Senior Of R&B!!!

This is the guy who started with the hit single pony that went platinum and this album has done the same since 1996 this I have to say is Ginuwine's best album that includes all his #1 hits since he came out and til this day. Now we recognize the senior who created the source of R&B and Dance.

So... Ginuwine

Ginuwine is one of the most unrated R&B artist. If you're into R&B, this is a must have album. 100% Ginuwine... A Greatest Hits album that is really Great, not a bust. Conclusion.... Buy it!!!


Born: October 15, 1975 in Washington D.C.

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Ginuwine was one of R&B's preeminent love men during the '90s heyday of hip-hop soul. Initially teamed with Timbaland, the most innovative producer of the late '90s, Ginuwine's sultry, seductive crooning earned him a substantial female following and made him a regular presence on the R&B charts, even after the futuristic production he favored was eclipsed by the more organic, retro-leaning neo-soul movement. Ginuwine was born in Washington, D.C., on October 15, 1975, with the unlikely name of Elgin...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Contemporary R&B
  • Released: Nov 21, 2006
  • Parental Advisory

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