Thursday, March 27, 2014

From the Ginuwine Desk, Your "Pony" Update

Posted By on Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 4:30 PM

From NBCs Parks and Recreation
  • From NBC's "Parks and Recreation"

In case you weren't watching the Arsenio show Tuesday night - and of course you weren't, because who watches late night talk shows in any non-YouTube form anymore - you missed an extensive appearance by R&B supergroup (a stretch of that term, but let's let that slide for now) TGT. Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank, the performers in the aforementioned group discussed their debut album last year, Three Kings, and performed their super subtle song "Sex Never Felt Better," but most importantly, Ginuwine sang most of his classic, "Pony":

The world cannot ever get enough of that song, because it speaks nothing but truth.

While it's nice to see Ginuwine still bumping and grinding on audience members, for a slightly fresher take on that particular sex jam, here's a remix by New York City DJ/unique user of capitalization eSenTRIK. Get nasty, baby.

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