Update: Ginuwine Drops Lawsuit, Excited to Record New Disc

Ginuwine and his business partner, Michael Bourne, have cleared up their differences and restored a solid relationship, the recording artist and his attorney said Thursday. There is no pending lawsuit or liability, and work on a new Ginuwine album will begin soon. Media reports about a rift between the singer and the Memphis businessman and entrepreneur were based on miscommunication. Ginuwine and Bourne are partners in M&A Holdings LLC d.b.a. King Music Group, Inc. “Michael and I are friends. We have a great relationship, and I value his business skills,” said Ginuwine, whose real name is Elgin Baylor Lumpkin. “I’m excited to be moving forward on a new album for my fans.” Recording is expected to begin in the next few weeks in Miami or Los Angeles. “Any disputes have been resolved,” said Joseph Porter III, the singer’s attorney. “This type of miscommunication is not uncommon in the world of music. I expect Ginuwine’s partnership with Michael will produce more great music.”


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