Yeah, so I'll admit it: I have more than one Ginuwine album. I gyrated and squealed like a giddy school girl when "Pony" came out, corny as it was. And I more than pumped his duet with Aaliyah, "Final Warning." Why? Because the beat was fresh, and back then when we were all in the midst of a Sisqo-induced freak haze, a Timbaland beat meant something, cotdarn it! Now that Ginuwine has stealthily returned in all of his Hawaiian Silky glory with "Please You," I can't be mad. For starters, his style has remained the same which proves that he is to Omarion and his brethren what Aaron Hall was to the Jodeci's and Playa's of this world. And secondly, Ginuwine has always been the king of the well-executed, yet clichéd slow jam. Case-in-point: "Them Jeans." So leave your preconceptions about what soul music should sound like, and embrace some good old-fashioned groin-pumping music. [H/T: UMB]
Ginuwine: "Please You"
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