Its Real feat. Racheul Evans
Ginuwine is sorry that the ladies can't keep their hands off him. He regrets those dreamy bedroom eyes, that molasses voice and the tender sentimentalism. Half of the songs are late-night seductions, while the other half are weepy, morning-after confessionals of infidelity, and never the twain should meet. Few other R&B singers can create melody as well as Ginuwine, and his singing here is typically great, even if this disk covers very little new ground.