Get excited R&B fans! Ginuwine, who's one third of the R&B supergroup, TGT, with Tyrese and Tank, says there's still hope for the group to make a comeback.

"As of now, we’re still in the talks of getting it back together and hopefully we can," said the "Pony" singer in an interview with YouKnowIGotSoul before his Vancouver, Canada show. "I definitely want to do it because the public wants it, but if it’s not gonna be right I’m not going to do it--period. I think that’s what is most important. It’s for everyone to be happy and everyone to feel equal and feel they are part of the situation. Until it gets to that point, I’m not going to do it."

TGT formed in 2007 and dropped their Grammy-nominated album, Three Kings in 2013. But it seems the follow-up album is coming with a few hiccups.

Tyrese went to Instagram last December to air out some grievances about the group and to announce that "TGT is done." Ginuwine was quick to clap back though and called Tyrese's post a "p---- move" for putting their personal business out.

The trio have been doing fairly well in their solo careers, though. Tyrese's Black Rose drew a lot of critical acclaim -- his single "Shame" has been No. 1 on the Urban Adult Contemporary charts for 14 weeks. He's also slated to star in a show with Rev Run, It's Not You It's Men, on Oprah's OWN. Tank released his seventh solo studio album, Sex, Love & Pain 2, last week and Ginuwine's project with Timbaland, Same Ol' G, is underway.

Check out Ginuwine's latest update on the crew above.

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