Johnny Gill Jr. is an American contemporary R&B singer, songwriter, and actor. He is the sixth and final member of R&B/pop group New Edition. He also represented the supergroup called LSG with Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat.
Johnny Gill’s Musical Journey and Hit Albums
Johnny initiated his singing career in 1982 as a demo recorded at an early age of sixteen. As soon as his work got noticed by the president of Atlantic Records he started working as a pro singer.
Since 1987 he became the member of the popular band named New Edition alongside Bobby Brown and Ralph Tresvant. The band further released the albums such as Heart Break, Can You Stand the Rain, If It Isn’t Love and N.E. Heartbreak. In 1996, he united with new audition and recorded the album Home Again.
Gill's solo work includes the albums like My My My, Wrap My Body Tight, Provocative, Let’s Get the Mood Right and his best vocal performance Maybe. He is the former member of LSG and is a current member of Head of States. His further work encompasses songs like Baby it's you, Rub You the Right Way, Silent Prayer and many others.
Johnny Gill Awards
Johnny Gill is a well-accomplished singer. He is the recipient of two Soul Train Awards for Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Album of the Year-Male and for Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Single My My My.
How rich is Johnny Gill?
Johnny Gill earns a whopping amount from his successful career and involvement in various music-related activities. All his hard work has contributed significant sums to his wealth. According to the source, his current estimated net worth is 10$ million.
Gill has garnered not only the name and fame from his career but also numerous fan followings.