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Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Solo Hip Hop R&B


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"Black Dog Promotions"

Gernado - A religious man with a lot of wisdom to share. Whether you are a God-inclined or not, Gernado's lyrics can be perceived as teachings (e.g., "Map It"). A tie-dye of Hip-Hop, Reggae, Gospel, and Soul, his songs are enough to make a non-religious guy question his lack of faith. Anyone who can do that through music, needs credit. Buy "Persistence" immediately. This might be groundbreaking stuff...."!! - saadiqraph

"Gospel Truth Magazine"

Issuse 16 page #16

CD Sampler Track #7 - Promotional Ad

"Folio Weekly"

Soon Come. - Chris Townsend


The lyrics, music and recording are all quite professional.

My favorite Track was #3.

Thank you and best wishes.

- Gene Foley


Engaging, Cohesive, Good use of imagery, Rhymes Well, Communicates emotion to listener, Good Title! - Clint McBay

"Positive Vibrations"

"Persistence" from Gernado is an impressive collection of raggamuffin hip-hop, roots reggae, dancehall and even a taste of jamoo and jungle. Message-wise this album is packed with conscious and positive themes infused with faith in Christ. The songs offer enough variety for them to appeal to a wide range of listeners. To top it all off, the production is extra solid with assistance from Sherwin Gardner, Jah Pickney and Mark Mohr. Additionally, there are guest appearances from Mark Mohr of Christafari and several others. If you love fresh reggae sounds with a street edge, you'll love this album. Gernado shows much versatility in being able to rap, chant and even sing so there is lots of creativity on this album as well. - Mike Roots


1. Stop the Violence
2. Stop the Violence (reggaeton Mix)
3. Stop the Violence (reggaeton Party Mix)
4. Stop the Violence (rellik Remix) Feat. Shot Out
5. Good Grace (remix)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Gernado G’ Abrams, the Floridian hailing from Jacksonville, FL this DUVAL native is making continued strides in the industry with a national movement (Stop The Violence, Use Your Talents). With the constant rise of crime and murder in the community he feels that it is important to try and promote the use of talents instead of violence which will enable the youth to be productive and use their time wisely. The Hip Hop community has seen its share of violence and now it’s time to show the talent. This business man / artist / producer; has lost a few family members himself. A murdered cousin in 2002 then a brother in 2004 in the violent Florida streets.

In memory of both Gernado’s cousin Rickie Abrams, and brother Thomas Abrams Jr. aka Psycho Versatile he is on a mission to use his talents and help somebody. Gernado feels that though his business has suffered the death of both co-founders and main artist entertainer he is more persistent than ever to accomplish success in the music business to become a leader and a HIP HOP icon.

Since a child Gernado has been a student of the art of music. While attending The School of the Arts, Gernado learned to play such instruments as the Drums, Trumpet and some Piano. He eventually graduated from The School of the Arts with a College Preparatory Degree. The degree bears a gold instrumental music seal that signifies his art. In addition, he also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with a minor in Business Management. G’ Abrams is a seasoned producer in music, and broadcast TV.