Ginuwine has revealed his four year gap from making music has been a result of his passion for animation, which led to him creating a cartoon series named 'Buddies'.
Ginuwine has created a cartoon series.
The 'So Anxious' hitmaker has revealed he doesn't have a burning desire to make music anymore and is instead a huge fan of animation, leading to him developing his own series called 'Buddies' which he is currently trying to sell to a TV channel.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''Me wanting to do animation, I was inspired by a man on the internet whose name is Jim Mills, so I just wanted to do what he did and once I got the programme I just started creating and everything and he and I collaborated and we did a cartoon called 'Buddies', and we're looking for distribution and some TV.''
The 44-year-old singer - who features on Tough Love's new single 'Pony (Jump On It)' which is out now - continued to hint the series is the reason why he hasn't released a new album since his 2011 collection 'Elgin', because it has taken up so much of his time.
He explained: ''It's been two years in the making, so I'm looking forward to doing it, it takes a lot of time to do animation, especially when it's only two people doing it; usually people have a team doing their animations, but its only he and I. So, we're still working, hopefully it'll be on TV.
''Right now, I just want to continue to work, and work on animation. I love animation, that's my hobby, so I'm trying to make a cartoon. A lot of things are coming so I'm just going to keep my fingers crossed and hope for the best.''
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