From his early days, Campbell was interested in music and started singing gospel in local church. After Auditioning for famous jazz musician, he was later signed by Warner Bros. Tevin Campbell keeps his personal life very low profile. N in 1991, which also include his highest-charting single, "Tell Me What You Want Me To Do". After being so popular, he has not revealed any news about person he is dating or has girlfriend or affair. There is a rumor about him being Gay but it’s not official. N in 1991, which also include his highest-charting single, "Tell Me What You Want Me To Do". Campbell was also seen acting on movies like Graffiti Bridge. He has won Soul Train Music Award as best R&B singer for his single Can We talks in 1994. [quote_box_center] Tevin: I’m not gay, but there are a lot of different things that I do like, sexually.Being in the business, you are introduced to a lot of different things.All this stuff is going on and I’m like, ‘Do you believe it? That doesn’t take away from the fact that Tevin looks like he’s on his way to a “Comeback”!
One of the subjects that viewers tuned in to hear Gill discuss were the rampant bisexual rumors that have dogged him over the years.
He might also be married and got beautiful spouse and children, however information about then are not available. In 1993, he released his second Double platinum album I'm Ready, which also contains his hit songs: Can we talk and I'm Ready. Edit Tevin Jermod Campbell (born November 12, 1976) is a singer, songwriter and an actor who was born in Waxahachie, Texas, United States.
The information about his marriage is not known so it does not look like he has gone through divorce ever. Campbell is an American and belongs to Black ethnicity. Edit After Auditioning for famous jazz musician, Campbell was later signed by Warner Bros.
Tevin Campbell could score a spot on "The Voice" with the amazing talent search he pulled off at LAX -- running into a guy who sings a Tevin classic better than he does. when we bumped into him and a nearby Delta employee who's been waiting for his big break.
As soon as he met the '90s R&B superstar, he belted out Campbell's "Can We Talk?