There's nothing like the "Soul of a Woman," and R&B legend Johnny Gill is giving listener's a soulful reminder. Tapping into his signature sound, the music veteran reminds us all how important and necessary women are. “Ain’t nothing like the soul of a woman, to make you keep on going when you feel like giving up,” Johnny sings. “Ain’t nothing [More]
Fans are especially important to this Platinum selling R&B icon Johnny Gill. Gill has garnered high acclaim from Game Changer, his latest album. That’s why he is treating his loyal fans and music lovers to this special live stage performance...
Johnny Gill teams with Jaheim for "5000 Miles," a sultry mid-tempo gem that has both men spreading heartfelt lyrics and melodies about an incredible love.
Johnny Gill Talks ‘The New Edition Story,’ Stacy Lattisaw, Group Drama & More On ‘The Breakfast Club’
Bell Biv Devoe had their chance, now this morning (Feb. 16), Johnny Gill told his side of the story regarding The New Edition Story on The Breakfast Club. He spoke to DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God...
What has Lattisaw and her family unhappy with the film is how the script portrayed her and her family with a quick mention. In the film, Ralph Tresvant (actor Algee Smith) asks Gill (Luke James) why he and Lattisaw broke up, to which Gill points to the back of his hand..
Not only is New Edition’s three-night, BET mini-series in the works, but an album may accompany it! According to member Johnny Gill, there are talks within the group to make new music in conjunction with the release of the biopic, which is set for 2017.
The clip features Gill and his former group members Ronnie, Ralph, Ricky, and Mike and as perform their signature Temptation-esque moves and entertain some beauties.
In the clip, the former New Edition member enjoys some intimate time with his leading lady, played by The League's Nadine Velazquez, but in a crazy twist, her girlfriend, played by Nicole Muphy, comes home and puts an end to the romping party.
If you like the grown and sexy grooves of his 1990 hit âMy My My,â youâll be transported back to that time as he brings some of that new jack swing flavor to the forefront of this slow jam.
Johnny Gill opened up for the first and last time when it comes to rumors about his sexuality and how it made him feel. Appearing on TV One's "Unsung," Gill said he learned a valuable lesson when people began to associate him with being closeted, "on the D.L. (down low)" and more.