R&B/Soul recording artist GERON drops new single “TBH” [Audio]

By Jack Barnes

Contemporary R&B/Soul recording artist Geron releases her new single “TBH” track from her upcoming EP, Tainted. Geron showcases her distinctive vocal range with unpredictable harmonic sounds in the engaging R&B track. “TBH” is Geron’s declaration to the world that she has transcended the expectations of others, and that she no longer cares what others say or think of her. The track premiered exclusively yesterday at Soulbounce. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

Geron sings openly about her personal life, her songs tend toward the introspective, genuine, and autobiographical. She sings of both the good and the bad, as showcased on “TBH”, a song about overcoming. However, she also plays with darker themes, and many of her lyrics have dual meanings and complicated messages. She is an avid songwriter with a variety of different stories to tell.

Geron’s musical style falls somewhere between the genres of Pop, Alternative, R&B, and Hip-Hop. Her voice holds a unique, soulful quality that lends itself to mastering multiple genres. Her primary musical influences are Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Christina Aguilera.

Born Briana Johnson, Geron grew up in a military family (her father is now retired from the US Navy and her mom is a former member of the US Air Force), which has influenced her greatly. She grew up in many cities and traveled frequently, but spent most of her childhood in Atlanta, GA, and Virginia. Her parents instilled in her a “never give up” attitude, which has led her to relentlessly pursue her dream career in the entertainment industry no matter how challenging that may be.

Geron’s love for music began when she was a toddler singing and dancing for her parents’ VHS tapes. By Kindergarten she was playing the piano. Her first live performance came in the form of a piano recital two year later. At age nine, she became a soloist in the church choir, which led to vocal lessons and classical voice training. By the time she reached high school, she knew that she wanted to pursue music as a career. In addition to her career as a singer, Geron has attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and started a career in TV and film.

The Tainted EP will be released early in the new year.

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R&B/Soul recording artist GERON drops new single "TBH" [Audio]

 

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