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Elgin (album)

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Released  February 15, 2011
Length  51:14
Release date  15 February 2011
Genre  Contemporary R&B
Recorded  2010-2011
Artist  Ginuwine
Label  Notifi
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Producer  Tapping Warren, Saint Nick, Ester Dean, Attozio, Young Yonny, Kendrick Dean, MaddScientist, Bryan-Michael Cox(ex.)
Elgin (2011)  A Ginuwine Christmas (2011)
Similar  Ginuwine albums, Contemporary R&B albums

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Elgin is the seventh album by American R&B singer and songwriter Ginuwine, released on February 15, 2011 by Notifi Music Group & E1 Music. The production was by Bryan-Michael Cox, Tapping Warren and Kendrick Dean, and the possibility of Timbaland and Swizz Beatz to work on the album. The guest was the songwriter and rapper Katrina "Trina" Taylor on the track "Batteries". The album debuted at #30 on the Billboard 200 with 19,100 copies sold in the first week.

Contents

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Singles

The first single off the album was "What Could Have Been", released in October 2010. "Heaven" was the second official single. Ginuwine filmed two promo music videos for "Break" and "Drink of Choice". "Body" was the third single from the album.

Track listing

This is the official track list revealed by Amazon.com and Allmusic, the featured guest was confirmed by IIovemusicpop.com.

Songs

1Heaven3:51
2Break4:02
3What Could Have Been3:32

References

Elgin (album) Wikipedia


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