Ginuwine Signs With Buchwald

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Ginuwine performs in concert during 90's Block Party at Fox Theater on April 27, 2018 in Atlanta.

Ginuwine has signed with Buchwald. The R&B artist, whose 1996 single “Pony” hit No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and enjoyed a resurgence thanks to Magic Mike, has three platinum albums (The Bachelor100% GinuwineThe Life) and is currently working on new material to be released this year.

The former Swing Mob member, who recently launched merchandise line Same Ol’ G, stars in Your Husband Is Cheating on Us, which premiered June 10 on Bravo. Earlier this year he was part of the cast of the most recent season of the U.K.’s Celebrity Big Brother.

His other credits include a cameo on Parks and Recreation and acting roles in Moesha and Martial Law.

Do it for the Margravine

YouTubers Joe Sugg and Caspar Lee have launched talent management company Margravine with IMG as a strategic partner. Sugg and Lee, who will serve as the London-based firm’s directors and have a combined global digital reach of more than 40 million, will draw on their experience to service native digital talent.

Said Sugg and Lee in a joint statement, “We have been working in the digital space for over eight years now and can’t wait to combine our experience and skill with the strategic guidance of IMG to offer a new management service and bring about a new era of digital talent.”

Also on the dotted line:

- Purple Entertainment publicist Anna Meacham has launched her own talent and brand publicity agency, Huxley, with a founding roster that includes Zayn Malik, Frank Ocean, Grimes, Bjork, Die Antwoord and Adwoa Aboah.

- Amanda Payton, who will star alongside Kristin Chenoweth in season two of NBC’s legal comedy Trial & Error, has signed with Portrait PR. She continues to be represented by SMS Talent and Holly Shelton Management.

This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.


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