Geno, a gospel artist drops his new single “Do It For The King”. Geno credits his mother and sister with helping to keep him on the straight and narrow. Geno’s moment of truth came while serving on active duty in the U.S. Army in Korea.
He says : “I was in the barracks washing clothes, when a couple of guys came in, dragging another guy between them. He was drunk and throwing up. It was just a really pathetic sight. That’s when it all came home to me—that’s what that kind of lifestyle led to. I did that kind of stuff all through high school. That experience turned my heart toward God and I made a true commitment of faith.”
From his first experience in a professional recording studio during high school, through his tour of duty in the U.S. Army that took him across the country and across the ocean, to his current residence in middle Tennessee, Geno has patiently cultivated a following of fans who have, in turn, inspired him to grow even more bold with his Gospel-centric lyrics, resulting in the release of his debut solo project, 5th Dimension.
He says : “Musically, I am very tuned into the society and the culture, but my lyrics are strictly biblically based,” Geno explains. “Styles evolve with time. I get that. And I love beautiful, lyrical, metaphorical rhymes, but if that’s all you’ve got, I’m not a fan. If I’m going to be a Christian artist, I’m going to keep it biblical. That’s my vision for my music. I want the message to be clear-cut. I’m okay with creative lyrics, but I don’t want people to have to figure it out. I want to make the message plain.”