Ginuwine at Limelight 

My Saddle is Waiting, Come Jump on it

My Saddle is Waiting, Come Jump on it
R&B without Auto-Tune? How can you make R&B without Auto-Tune? Oh yeah, there was a time when artists got signed because they could actually sing. Crazy, right? Fortunately, some of those folks are still around and showing the kids how it's really done, and Ginuwine's latest single “Last Chance” is like a doctoral thesis in spine-tingling smoothness. And let's not forget “Pony,” his debut single that, 13 years later, still stands as one of the greatest sexin' songs of all times—we know because we've done thorough research on the topic. Seriously, if this weren't such an upstanding family publication, we could tell you some tales of libidinous lunacy that would give the Republican Party a run for its money. Or, as the erudite YouTube commenter JSE4444 puts it, “This dat grinden shit u know u fucken to.”
Sun., Aug. 23, 5 p.m., 2009

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