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  • Elgin Baylor Lumpkin (born October 15, 1975),[1] better known by his stage name Ginuwine
  • He is named after NBA legend Elgin Baylor
  • The song "Pony" was used in a "karaoke" scene from the box office smash "Wild Hogs" in 2007 and again used in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV in 2008
  • Jay-Z references Ginuwine in a guest rap verse on Beyoncé's #1 song "Crazy in Love" released in 2003.
  • Legendary rap group EPMD references Ginuwine, his signature hit "Pony" and his single "Only When Ur Lonely" in their single "Joint" that appears on the 1997 album release "Back In Business"
  • Ginuwine stood in for Devante Swing in the music video for Father MC's single "Everything's Going To Be Alright" featuring Jodeci. Swing decided not to show up for the video shoot and Ginuwine was asked to appear in the video in Devante's absence so it would appear that the entire group was featured in the video.
  • Ginuwine's very first music video appearance ever was as an extra in the video for popular DC area DJ/Rapper DJ Kool's regional hit single "Reggae Dance". This 1988 single was a bonafide radio hit in the Washington DC area.
  • Ginuwine's very first appearance with P. Diddy in a music video was not for Diddy's #1 hit single "I Need A Girl (Part II)" but for Jodeci's "Let's Go Through The Motions" which served as the first video and single off the motion picture soundtrack for the 1993 comedy film Who's the Man? starring Ed Lover and Doctor Dre. Diddy and Ginuwine were extras in this music video and this would mark the first time Ginuwine and Diddy appeared in a music video together. Ginuwine also contributed background vocals for this single

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