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The Best Man I Can Be

"The Best Man I Can Be"
Single by Ginuwine featuring RL, Tyrese, and Case
from the album The Best Man
Released October 29, 1999
Format cassette
Genre R&B
Length 6:31
Label Columbia
Writer(s) James Harris III, Terry Lewis, Big Jim Wright
Producer Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and Big Jim Wright

Ginuwine chronology
"None of Ur Friends Business"
"The Best Man I Can Be"
"You Owe Me"
RL chronology
"We Can't Be Friends"
"The Best Man I Can Be"
"Good Love"
Tyrese chronology
"Sweet Lady"
"The Best Man I Can Be"
"I Like Them Girls"
Case chronology
"Think Of You"
"The Best Man I Can Be"
"Missing You"

"The Best Man I Can Be" is a 1999 song for the film The Best Man. It features four R&B singers Ginuwine, RL of Next, Tyrese and Case.


Chart (1999-2000) Peak
US Billboard Hot 100[1] 77
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[1] 20


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