Johnny Gill

Johnny Gill began his career at the age of five, singing gospel in a goup with his brothers. A Washington, D.C. native, his first album, Johnny Gill, was released in 1983. The platinum-selling artist pursued a solo career until 1987, when he was tapped to join boy group New Edition. He has performed with the group off and on for years, and in 1997 he united with Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat to form the supergroup LSG. His 2011 album, Still Winning, was his first solo project in 15 years. In the interim, he appeared in dozens of films and inspirational plays, including Madea's Family Reunion.

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New Edition Biopic Miniseries Coming to BET

Johnny Gill, Ralph Tresvant and others will executive produce the three-part special.

Lift Every Voice: T-Boz and Johnny Gill

Full Episode: Host Fonzworth Bentley interviews T-Boz and Johnny Gill. (3/2/2015)

BET Experience After Dark: Party Highlights Day 3

Highlights from day three of the BET Experience After Dark.

Johnny Gill Talks New Edition Reunion

Singer drops solo album, Game Changer, and teases a possible upcoming project from the R&B group.

Celebrity Quotes of the Week: T.I. Refuses to Apologize to Azealia Banks

Plus, words from Keanu Reeves and Kerry Wasington.

Bobby Brown Drops Out of New Edition Reunion Tour

R&B singer says he can't "give fans what they typically expect" due to health issues.
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