Saturday, 25 June 2011
TAPE DECK SHUFFLE-GINUWINE SPECIAL
Selections from our 'Artist Of The Week' Ginuwine. 'Side A' features today's more mature side. While 'Side B' plays the young mans classics.
FROZEN: Off his latest album 'Elgin'. Mr. Baylor delivers his coldest break-up cut yet. It's a favourite of his and ours.
OPEN THE DOOR: Off the album 'A Man's Thoughts', this epic 'take me back' track takes us back to those R&B singers who open up the genre with meaning.
I'M IN LOVE: Deep and delightful, beautiful and bold, simply put this should be your wedding song.
LOVE YOU MORE: How about more? With this and the previous play no R&B singer can write and perform a more genuine love song then Ginuwine.
DIFFERENCES: The difference between this and the rest of the rhythm and blues ballads out there? This makes the genre look good. A certified classic.
PONY: The classic of all urban legends. You've never hears a Timbaland beat like this, the freshest and most original and in G a star was born.
TELL ME DO YOU WANNA: Blending seamlessly on 'The Bachelor' from 'Pony'. This is a deep cut of striving to cure loneliness.
WHEN DOVES CRY: This take on Prince's classic is R&B royalty. Even 'The Artist' himself liked it and he hates covers of his work.
SHE'S OUT OF MY LIFE: After channeling Prince it was only right Ginuwine covered the king and his inspiration and influence on his next album '100% Ginuwine'. His take on a young Michael Jackson classic is timeless in itself.
SAME OL' G: Throughout Ginuwine's career even though he's evolved, he's never changed, always staying G. TIM DAVID HARVEY.