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Born in Washington, D.C., Johnny Gill was discovered by singer Stacy Lattisaw after singing in his family's group Wings of Faith from the age of five. His solo career began in 1983 with the Top 30 R&B single "Super Love." In 1988, he joined 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. He reunited with New Edition in 1996 and still records as a solo artist.  See full bio on IMDb »

Johnny Gill -- TRUCE In Twitter War Lawsuit

Johnny Gill
TRUCE In Twitter War Lawsuit

"New Edition" singer Johnny Gill has buried the hatchet with the woman who sued him for calling her  "f**king nuts" and "deranged" on Twitter -- and now the two are actually working together… READ MORE >

Johnny Gill -- You Can't Sue Me for What I Say on Twitter!

Johnny Gill
You Can't Sue Me for What I Say ON TWITTER!

New Edition star Johnny Gill thinks a new lawsuit against him is total BS -- because he thinks people shouldn't be allowed to sue over what gets said on Twitter. As TMZ first reported, Gill is… READ MORE >

- 1136 days ago
New Edition Singer -- Sued Over Twitter Attack!

New Edition Singer
Sued Over TWITTER Attack!

New Edition singer Johnny Gill waged a ferociously bitter Twitter war against the CEO of his record label last week -- calling her "f**king nuts" -- and now she's taking his ass to court.The… READ MORE >

- 1137 days ago

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