It seems like he was in Dallas just yesterday, but he’s already back. For an artist whose output has been inconsistent and underwhelming for the last couple of decades, Ginuwine keeps a surprisingly busy touring schedule. Somehow, the old school R&B superstar finds a way to remain in the spotlight — most recently for his appearance in (and subsequent eviction from) Celebrity Big Brother. It’s hard, though, not to look back at his most famous tunes —“Pony,” “Differences,” etc. —and be amazed. The way he pivots a command of sensuality into an infectious musical charm is as stunning as it is inexplicable. After all, how can someone make lines like “If you’re horny, let’s do it, ride it, my pony” palatable, much less smooth and memorable? But I guess that’s why we keep coming back to Genuwine’s music, why listeners keep buying tickets to his shows: We’ve yet to figure out how he does what he does. It remains a sort of magic. And that’s a lot of fun.