Legendary R&B Artist Ginuwine puts on Unforgettable Performance at LAX Nightclub

Ginuwine performs at LAX Nightclub
Last night, Angel Management Group’s LAX Nightclub welcomed R&B legend Ginuwine as he wowed clubgoers with an unforgettable performance (Photo credit: Al Powers / Powers Imagery LLC)

Arriving to the Vegas hot spot around 1 a.m., the artist took his place on the main stage and kicked off his mini concert with his hit “Hell Yeah.” The energetic singer had all the ladies shouting his name and singing along as he performed a mash-up of crowd favorites including “Differences” and “In Those Jeans.”

Ginuwine performs at LAX Nightclub
Ginuwine performs at LAX Nightclub

Photo credit: Al Powers / Powers Imagery LLC.

Nearing the end of his show, the Billboard Hot 100 icon had his admirers on the verge of tears as he transitioned into an a capella version of “So Anxious.” Once the song ended, the lights went low and the energy of the mega club reached an all-time high as Ginuwine began his final song “Pony.”

Ginuwine performs at LAX Nightclub
Ginuwine performs at LAX Nightclub

Photo credit: Al Powers / Powers Imagery LLC.

This R&B historian put on an astonishing production as he showed of his seducing dance moves, ran through the crowd while touching the hands of his lady devotees and jumping from one VIP table to then next making sure all his fans were a part of the show.

Ginuwine at LAX Nightclub
Ginuwine at LAX Nightclub

Photo credit: Al Powers / Powers Imagery LLC.

Ending his performance, Ginuwine addressed the crowd thanking them for supporting him for 16 years. “I love all of you,“ he said as he introduced his new project with Tyrese Gibson and Tank letting his fans know they will be forming a R&B group called TGT. The audience shouted in excitement at the thought of these icons coming together to produce more legendary hits.

Ginuwine at LAX Nightclub
Ginuwine at LAX Nightclub

Photo credit: Al Powers / Powers Imagery LLC.

Ginuwine made his way off the stage and to his VIP booth where he spent his evening meeting fans, posing for pictures and dancing into the early hours of the morning.