Ginuwine has won the battle over album cash. The singer-songwriter, dancer and rapper, real name Elgin Baylor Lumpkin is the winner in long standing court fight against his former music producer Robert Reives, who is behind his 1996 record, it had been over royalties from his debut album. It has been since 2008 that accusations have been going around that he owes Reives $250,000 in royalties and interest. But the outcome is different according to a New York City judge which has ruled in favor of Ginuwine saying he owes nothing, but on the hand Reives has been ordered to his court costs, according to the New York Daily News.
Now according to Ginuwine’s lawyer, his client is planning on getting his career up and going again now that the court case is done saying,
“He’s out working hard to get his career moving on an upward trajectory. I’m glad for him that this is something he no longer has to be concerned about. I’m sure he is, too.”
Ginuwine’s financial troubles were made public during the case and his attorney revealed the former chart star was on the verge of bankruptcy.