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100% Ginuwine

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Released  March 16, 1999
100% Ginuwine (1999)  The Life (2001)
Release date  16 March 1999
Length  71:34
Artist  Ginuwine
Label  550 Music - Epic
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Recorded  July 5, 1997 – September 10, 1998
Producer  Ginuwine (exec.), Barry Hankerson (exec.), Harry Hankerson (exec.), Jomo Hankerson (exec.), Ted Bishop, Jonathan "Mookie" Morant, Timbaland
Genres  Contemporary R&B, Rhythm and blues, Hip hop soul
Awards  Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Album – Male
Similar  Ginuwine albums, Contemporary R&B albums

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100% Ginuwine is the second studio album from American R&B artist Ginuwine, released March 16, 1999, on 550 Music and distributed through Epic Records. It featured the hit singles "What's So Different?", "So Anxious" and "Same Ol' G".

Contents

The album peaked at number five on the Billboard 200 chart. By August 2000 it was certified double platinum in sales by the RIAA, after sales exceeding two million copies in the United States.

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Release and reception

The album peaked at five on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached the second spot on the R&B Albums chart. The album was certified gold in June 1999 and double platinum by August 2000.

Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic stated that the album included "more inventive productions and a stronger set of songs" than Ginuwine's previous work. Erlewine gave credit to producer Timbaland's instrumentals but still remarked that "Ginuwine remains the star of the show, thanks to his rich, inviting voice."

Singles

"—" denotes releases that did not chart.
1 "Same Ol' G" was released as a single from the soundtrack to the film Dr. Dolittle and later added to the track list of 100% Ginuwine.

Personnel

Information taken from Allmusic.

  • a&r – Michael Caplan
  • arranging – Giovanni Christian Morant
  • art direction – Julian, Kiku
  • assistant engineering – Alan Armitage, Soloman Jackson, Todd Wachsmuth
  • composing – Johntá Austin, Ted Bishop, Timbaland
  • conducting – Giovanni Christian Morant
  • design – Julian, Kiku
  • drumming – Jonathan "Mookie" Morant
  • engineering – Dylan Dresdow, Kevin Hicks, Tommie Hicks, Jr., Senator Jimmy D, Joe Smith
  • executive production – Ginuwine, Barry Hankerson, Harry Hankerson, Jomo Hankerson
  • fender rhodes – Shaun Fisher
  • flute – Obie Morant
  • grooming – Linda Mason
  • guitar – Jimmy Douglass, Dave Foreman, Jonathan "Mookie" Morant, Bill Pettaway
  • guitar (bass) – Jonathan "Mookie" Morant, Dante Nolen
  • keyboards – Jonathan "Mookie" Morant
  • mastering – Chris Gehringer
  • mixing – Jimmy Douglass, Timbaland
  • performer(s) – Aaliyah
  • photography – Michael Benabib, Daniela Federici
  • production – Ted Bishop, Ginuwine, Jonathan "Mookie" Morant, Timbaland
  • sax (soprano) – Obie Morant
  • strings – Craig Brockman, Norma Huff, Doug Pritchard, Jennie Rudberg
  • stylist – Tameka Foster
  • vocals – Aaliyah, Dave Foreman, Ginuwine, Elsie Muniz, Static, Louise C. West
  • vocals (background) – Aaliyah, Ginuwine, Jonathan "Mookie" Morant, Static, Louise C. West
  • Songs

    1Little Kidz0:49
    2Little Man’s Bangin’ Lude2:36
    3What's So Different3:57

    References

    100% Ginuwine Wikipedia


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