Ginuwine: "The Dancing Is Still There..."
The R&B crooner still has it!
R&B crooner Ginuwine says that even at his age and this stage in his career, he’s still got the moves. The singer claims that his dancing is more on the mature side rather than the ‘bubblegum’ pop band vibe.
He told VIBE Magazine: “I started that stuff, boy. They expect it all the time. The dancing is still here. But in order to move forward and get out of the bubblegum type of vibe, you can’t always do that. I’m trying to move forward, and I’m a little bit older now, so I don’t want to be flipping and all that kind of stuff. I’m more cool, trying to keep it sexy - not doing all the flips, spinning on my head and windmill. I laid that foundation and they know I can do it if I really want to do it, but you gotta move on.
“If you stay the same person, they get tired of you. So the people that’s grown with my music, I want to cater to them most, because we’re all getting older. You don’t want to see Charlie Wilson backspinning. (Laughs) You just don’t. So you just move forward and I’ll leave all that stuff to Chris and Trey and Omarion. I’ll leave that to them. But if you go back and you compare, they’ll be like, OK, he used to put it down. So it’s cool, but that’s just not where I’m at. But when you come to my shows, they definitely see that I still do that.”