Johnny Gill Biography
Johnny Gill (Johnny Gill Jr.) is an American R&B musician, songwriter, and singer well known for his successful solo recording artist and as the lead singer of platinum-selling boy band New Edition.
Johnny Gill Age
Johnny was born on 22nd of May 1966 in Washington, D.C., U.S. He is 52 years old as of 2018.
Johnny Gill Family | Young
He was born to Johnny Gill Sr., a Baptist minister, and Annie Mae Gill,[mother] who had four boys. He began his singing at the age of five singing along in church in a family gospel group called Little Johnny and “Wings of Faith” which included his brothers Bobby, Jeff, and Randy Gill (himself a solo recording artist and member of the group II D. his mother is a Washington, D.C., journalist
Johnny Gill Wife | Gay | Married
Gill has not yet married though he has been in a relationship with a Canadian-born actress Jillian Barberie and he is said to have also been involved with R&B singer Stacy Lattisaw. Gill is also said to have been in a relationship with actress Sherri Shepherd back in 2014 but the fate of that relationship is uncertain. He as well dated an international model and actress Carissa Rosario in recent times.
Gill has been trailed by rumors over his true sexuality and he is alleged in many quarters that the music star is actually attracted to men and that he had dated a number of fellow male celebs. With all the rumors, he has managed to has always maintained that he is straight and very much attracted to people of the opposite sex.
Johnny Gill Son | Children
Johnny has a grown son (Isaiah) who was born back in 2006. He has kept the identity of his baby mother away from the public but he has revealed that they are both getting on well in their co-parenting duties.
Johnny Gill Education
He was enrolled at the Kimball Elementary in Seattle, Washington. For high school, he later joined the Sousa Junior High and Duke Ellington School of the Arts. He later pursued a college degree but music got the best of him.
Johnny Gill Career
Gill began his career with recording his first demo at the age of 16. The demo made him got a contract with Cotillion Records, a subsidiary of Atlantic Records, that marked the official beginning of his music career. He later released his debut album Johnny Gill in April 1983 and it was fairly successful. Him working with his longtime friend Stacy Lattisaw on the album Perfect Combination (1984) that he later released his second solo album in 1985.
Johnny got recruited in 1987 to join the R&B group “New Edition”. The group that was formerly comprised of Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Bobby Brown, Ronnie DeVoe, and Ralph Tresvant. Brown then got to be voted out of the group a few years before Gill was brought on. He later became one of New Edition’s lead vocalists and he was a major contributor in the success of the group’s next album Heart Break (1988).
He later resumed his solo career when New Edition entered a hiatus in 1990 and he released 3rd highly successful solo albums before the group got reunited in 1996. He later formed the 3-man group LSG in 1997 alongside Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat and together, they released 2 successful albums; Levert.Sweat.Gill. of 1997 and LSG2 of 2003. He later reunited with all 4 New Edition bandmates in 2004 and they released a full-length album One Love
He as well made progress in his solo career with the release of his 6th and 7th solo albums Still Winning of 2011 and Game Changer of 2014. He has continued to go on tours as a member of New Edition though the group has not released any new body of music since 2004. New Edition received a star on the Hollywood walk of fame on January 23, 2017.
Johnny Gill Net Worth
Johnny has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars.
Johnny Gill Concert
Johnny Gill Albums
Peak chart positions
|Johnny Gill (1983 album)|
|Johnny Gill (1990 album)|
|Let’s Get the Mood Right|
Johnny Gill Songs
“Rub You the Right Way”
“My, My, My”
“Wrap Your Body Tight”
“I’m Still Waiting”
“I Got You”
“Let’s Get the Mood Right”
“It’s Your Body”
“Love in an Elevator”
“In the Mood”
“Behind Closed Doors”
“This One’s for Me and You”
Johnny Gill Game Changer
Johnny Gill, There You Go
Johnny Gill Soul Of A Woman
Johnny Gill My My My
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