Johnny Gill is the 1983 debut studio album[A] by American singer Johnny Gill, released on April 6, 1983 by Cotillion Records. The album was produced by Freddie Perren. It did not chart in the United States; however, the album's two singles, "Super Love" and "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby", peaked at number 29 and number 57 on the Billboard R&B chart, respectively.
- Johnny Gill – Main Performer, Background Vocals, Bass and Lead Guitar, Drums, Bongos
- Freddie Perren – Arranger, Producer, Synthesizer Bass, Rhythm Arrangements, Drum Programming
- Clarence McDonald – Piano
- Cornelius Mims – Bass
- Carmen Twillie – Background Vocals
- Eddie Watkins – Bass
- Elliot Wolff – Synthesizer, Fender Rhodes, Arranger
- Dennis King – Mastering
- Maxine Waters – Background Vocals
- Julia Waters – Background Vocals
- Ric Wyatt Jr. – Synthesizer, Arranger, Piano, Synthesizer Bass, Producer, Background Vocals, Keyboards
- David Michael Kennedy – Photography
- Ed Biggs – Engineer, Remixing
- Ronald Adkins – Background Vocals
- Larry R. McIntosh – Background Vocals
- Harold Ferguson – Background Vocals
- James Goforth – Engineer
- Gene Page – String Arrangements
- Wade Marcus – String Arrangements
- Bob Brown – Remixing
- Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs – Synthesizer Strings
- John Barnes – Fender Rhodes
- Robert Bowles – Guitar Programming
- Leon "Ndugu" Chancler – Drums
- Charles Fearing – Guitar
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