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Subconscious Media Film & Photography LLC: Sponsored Artist Geno Wesley

Geno Wesley

Soul Sensation Geno was born Wendell Geneiro Wesley on November 22, 1974, in Mobile AL. At just the tender age of 4, he performed his very 1st Christmas solo. And then at 13, he assisted gospel legend, the Reverend James Cleveland at the Gospel Music Workshop of America, right there in his hometown of Mobile. He joined his first singing group, Uneeke, at 16. They opened for major artists such as Toni, Tony, Tone and Bell, Biv, Devoe (BBD). Next, Geno formed the group Me and My Manz, who toured with R&B superstar Jaheim. They opened for groups such as The BarKays, The ChiLites, and teen heartthrobs Immature. Geno even did a stint as the lead vocalist for Motown band The Tiptop’s, who performed alongside country greats The Oak Ridge Boys and Harry Connick, Jr.

In 2002, Geno took his rightful place as a bonafide solo artist. He toured with the gospel play, “Love Shoulda Brought You Home”, with Todd Bridges, also known as “Willis” of TV’s Different Strokes, and Chrissy Collins of several Tyler Perry (Madea) stage plays, and one of Beyonce’s background singers! Aside from writing, producing, and composing, Geno also competed as a finalist on Tom Joyner’s Big Break in 2005. Amongst recording 2 tracks with legendary blues artist Mel Waiters, Geno has had numerous performances and appearances at festivals and parties worldwide.

Geno’sq hit, “She Got the Juice”, is currently in heavy rotation on several broadcasting and media outlets. His soulful delivery and silky vocals have captivated hearts everywhere. On the cusp of his 45th birthday, Geno is extremely humbled and thankful for all that God has blessed him with, and graciously allowed him to do. His faith continues to keep him grounded in this ever evolving experience.

Geno looks forward to continuing to share his phenomenal gift with the rest of the world! (1) Geno Wesley Music | Facebook

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