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Johnny Gill Jr. is an American singer/songwriter from Washington, DC. He began singing in church at age 5 with the family singing group Little Johnny and the Wings of Faith, which included his brothers Bobby, Jeff and Randy, who is a member of the R&B trio 2 D Extreme. Gill’s recording career began in 1982 at age 16 when childhood friend Stacy Lattisaw convinced him to record a demo. She presented the tape to the president of Atlantic Records. Shortly thereafter, Gill was signed to the label and released his self titled debut album on Atlantic subsidiary Cotillion. Gill then teamed with Lattisaw for a collaborative projected titled “Perfect Combination.” He released his second solo album “Chemistry” in 1985. In 1987, Gill was invited to join New Edition by Michael Bivins. At the time, Bobby Brown had been voted out of the group, and Gill has brought in to replace lead singer Ralph Tresvant, who was rumored to be leaving the group to launch a solo career. Gill’s first album with the group was “Heartbreak”, which included the singles “If It Isn’t Love”, “N.E. Heartbreak”, “Can You Stand The Rain” and the Gill lead “Boys To Men.” Continuing his solo career, Gill released a second self titled album in 1990. The album included the singles “Rub You The Right Way”, “My, My, My”, “Fairweather Friend” and “Wrap My Body Tight.” He released the album “Provocative” in 1993. He has also released the albums “Let’s Get The Mood Right” (1996), “Still Winning” (2011) and “Game Changer.” (2014).