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Johnny Gill (born May 22, 1966 in Washington, D.C.) is an R&B singer best known as a member of quintet New Edition. In addition to his time with New Edition, Johnny Gill's career has also included successful solo work. Some of his most popular solo songs include "Rub You the Right Way", "The Floor", "Where Do We Go From Here" and "My, My, My".

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Johnny Gill's big break came in 1987, when he replaced Bobby Brown in 80's pop group New Edition. With Johnny Gill as one of the lead singers, the group developed a more mature, adult sound, hitting the charts with songs such as "Can You Stand The Rain", "N.E. Heartbreak" and "Boys To Men". During a hiatus from New Edition, Johnny Gill embarked on a solo career. The hits from his self entitled 1990 album include "My, My, My", "Rub You the Right Way", "Fairweather Friend" and "Wrap My Body Tight". On this album, Johnny Gill played guitar, bass, bongos and drums in addition to performing his lead and background vocals.

In 1993, Johnny Gill released another solo project, Provocative, which included the songs "Quiet Time to Play", "A Cute, Sweet, Love Addiction" and the gospel song "I Know Where I Stand". In 1996, Johnny Gill was reunited with his New Edition bandmates, including Brown, as they recorded Home Again together, an album noted for the singles "Hit Me Off" and "Still In Love". Johnny Gill also released Let's Get the Mood Right in 1996, which included the title song, "Love In an Elevator" and "Maybe". The following year, he collaborated with Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat to form the supergroup LSG, which resulted in the multi platinum debut album, Levert-Sweat-Gill and the follow-up album entitled LSG2. Johnny Gill continues to tour and record as a solo artist.