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A native Bermudian, Geneman, was blessed to be surrounded by music all his life. Born to a family of extremely talented musicians, and singers, he discovered his love and aptitude for music, at a very young age.
The anointed reggae singer, man of many voices, was raised in the music arena singing in gospel choirs, and groups. However, it was only after becoming acquainted with God, his desire to explore the boundaries of his talent took root.
He made his first recording debut, with a contemporary Christian Group, called Destiny. His God given skills and talents gave him the opportunity to sing, write, and arrange on the project.
As a lyricist, producer and arranger, his appreciation for many styles of music is apparent, specifically reggae, his first love. Greatly influenced by the creativity and unique styles of Bob Marley, (the king of reggae) and Beres Hammond, his musical interpretation took form.
In 1998, Geneman released his first gospel reggae album, "Righteous in Christ", an extraordinary rendition of tracks that will make you dance, soothe your spirit and heal your soul. After "Righteous in Christ," Geneman released his sophomore effort, "The Light".
Geneman's professional career has given him the opportunity to record with well-known Christian reggae group "Christafari". On their 1999 release titled, "Word, Sound and Power‚" Geneman performed a duet with Mark Mohr for the award nominated, "Emancipation Proclamation."
His quest to touch people's lives is demonstrated by his humility, song and ministry performance. Geneman believes that the vehicle of gospel reggae will reach untapped populations within the world and cause change in the hearts of man to the glory of Jesus Christ.