In a world of boy-toy playas, the amorous Brian McKnight opts for the role of loverman. His ”Grown Man Business” even mocks the clumsiness of youth. But though McKnight’s maturity gives him character — and his suede voice never fails to stand out — Gemini’s melodies bear no distinguishing marks. Even the most experienced artists can’t redeem songs that have no soul.
Gemini In a world of boy-toy playas, the amorous Brian McKnight opts for the role of loverman. His ''Grown Man Business'' even mocks the clumsiness of youth....GeminiR&B In a world of boy-toy playas, the amorous Brian McKnight opts for the role of loverman. His ''Grown Man Business'' even mocks the clumsiness of youth....2005-02-07
Genre: R&B; Lead Performer: Brian McKnight; Producer (group): Motown Records, Universal
Posted February 7 2005 — 12:00 AM EST
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