Johnny Gill

Johnny Gill

Born in Washington, D.C., Johnny Gill was discovered by singer Stacy Lattisaw after singing in his family's group Wings of Faith from age five. His solo career began in 1983 with the Top 30 R&B single "Super Love." In duo with Lattisaw, he scored an R&B Top Ten hit in 1984 with "Perfect Combination." In 1988, Gill joined boy band/R&B group New Edition, replacing Bobby Brown. In 1989 he sang on two R&B hits: "Where Do We Go from Here," a #1 by Stacy Lattisaw, and "One Love," by George Howard. Gill finally scored as a solo singer in 1990 with the release of his album Johnny Gill, which sold a million copies, topped the R&B chart, and made the Top Ten in the pop chart. Following the relative failure of 1993's Provocative -- which didn't produce any Top 10 R&B singles and only went gold -- Gill reunited with New Edition in 1996. A month after New Edition released Home Again in September of 1996, Gill released his fifth studio album, Let's Get the Mood Right.

Title Album Genre Tools
Love In An Elevator Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track] R&B/Soul
Client:
Artist:
Johnny Gill
Genres:
R&B/Soul
Instruments:
Drums, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Electronic, Guitar, Keyboard, and Percussion
Keywords:
Atmospheric, Bright, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Funny, Party, Percussive/Drums, and Romantic
Scene Descriptions:
Ballroom Dance, Frat Party, In Love, Make-Out, Make-Up, Night Club, and Strip Tease
Subgenres:
Soul and Urban
Tempo:
Moderate
Vocal Types:
Choral and Male
CD/Track #:
Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track], #7
Release Year:
1996
Track ID:
27444
main mix 1:00 160k MP3
So Gentle Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track] Pop, R&B/Soul
Client:
Artist:
Johnny Gill
Genres:
Pop and R&B/Soul
Instruments:
Brass, Drums, Electric Piano, Electronic, Horns, Keyboard, Organ, and Percussion
Keywords:
Atmospheric, Bright, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Moody, Percussive/Drums, and Romantic
Scene Descriptions:
Ballroom Dance, In Love, Make-Out, Make-Up, Night Club, Strip Tease, and Wedding
Subgenres:
Hip-Hop, Soul, and Urban
Tempo:
Medium Slow
Vocal Types:
Male
CD/Track #:
Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track], #14
Release Year:
1996
Track ID:
38485
main mix 1:00 160k MP3
All He's Supposed To Be Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track] R&B/Soul
Client:
Artist:
Johnny Gill
Genres:
R&B/Soul
Instruments:
Drums, Electric Piano, Electronic, Keyboard, Percussion, and Piano
Keywords:
Atmospheric, Bright, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Moody, Percussive/Drums, and Romantic
Scene Descriptions:
Ballroom Dance, In Love, Make-Out, Make-Up, Morning After, Night Club, and Strip Tease
Subgenres:
Soul and Urban
Tempo:
Slow
Vocal Types:
Choral and Male
CD/Track #:
Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track], #15
Release Year:
1996
Track ID:
27443
main mix 1:00 160k MP3
Simply Say I Love U (feat. Stevie Wonder) Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track] Pop, R&B/Soul
Client:
Artist:
Johnny Gill
Genres:
Pop and R&B/Soul
Instruments:
Drums, Electric Piano, Electronic, Keyboard, Organ, Percussion, and Piano
Keywords:
Atmospheric, Bright, Dramatic, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Moody, Percussive/Drums, Romantic, and Sentimental
Scene Descriptions:
Goodbye, Heartbreak, In Love, Make-Out, Make-Up, and Rainy Day
Subgenres:
Soul and Urban
Tempo:
Medium Slow
Vocal Types:
Male
CD/Track #:
Let's Get The Mood Right [Bonus Track], #12
Release Year:
1996
Track ID:
38486
main mix 1:00 160k MP3
If You're Wondering Pop, R&B/Soul
Client:
Artist:
Johnny Gill
Genres:
Pop and R&B/Soul
Instruments:
Drums, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Electronic, Guitar, Keyboard, Organ, and Percussion
Keywords:
Atmospheric, Bright, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Moody, Percussive/Drums, Romantic, and Sentimental
Scene Descriptions:
Ballroom Dance, Heartbreak, In Love, Make-Out, Make-Up, Strip Tease, and Wedding
Subgenres:
Soul and Urban
Tempo:
Slow
Vocal Types:
Male
Release Year:
1997
Track ID:
38488
main mix 1:00 160k MP3
Take Me Back