What's So Different?

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"What's So Different?"
Single by Ginuwine
from the album 100% Ginuwine & Greatest Hits
Released February 16, 1999
Format CD single
Recorded 1998
Genre R&B
Length 4:00
Label 550 Music/Epic
Writer(s) Thomas Boyce, Bobby Hart, Elgin Lumpkin, Tim Mosley
Producer(s) Timbaland
Ginuwine singles chronology
"Same Ol' G"
"What's So Different?"
"So Anxious"
100% Ginuwine track listing
"Little Man's Bangin Lude"
"What's So Different?"
"So Anxious"
Greatest Hits track listing
"What's So Different"
"Hell Yeah" (Single Mix)
Playlist: The Very Best of Ginuwine track listing
"When We Make Love"
"What's So Different"

"What's So Different?" is a song by R&B singer Ginuwine. It was the second single for his second album 100% Ginuwine. The song peaked one position below the Top 20 as an R&B hit and peaked within the Top 50 portion as a pop hit. "What's So Different" lyrically describes the narrator questioning his lover who is cheating on her boyfriend to be with him. He claims that if she is cheating on another man to be with him, she may also cheat on him to be with someone else. The music video was directed by Francis Lawrence. "What's So Different" samples the Monkees 1968 #3 U.S. single, "Valleri".

Single track listing[edit]

CD single[1]

  1. "What's So Different?" (Album Version) 4:00
  2. "What's So Different?" (Instrumental) 4:00
  3. "What's So Different?" (Club Asylum Classic Vocal Mix) 6:12
  4. "What's So Different?" (C.A.P. Dub) 5:34


Chart (1999) Peak
New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart[2] 16
Swiss Singles Chart[2] 43
UK Singles Chart[3] 10
US Billboard Hot 100[4] 49
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[4] 21


  1. ^ allmusic (What's So Different > Overview) allmusic.com. Retrieved October 18, 2008
  2. ^ a b Various International Singles Charts. Ginuwine - What's So Different? swisscharts.com. Retrieved October 18, 2008
  3. ^ "What's So Different?" @ Chart Stats chartstats.com. Retrieved October 18, 2008
  4. ^ a b Billboard Music Charts billboard.com. Retrieved October 18, 2008