Genia’s Debut Mixtape ‘4PM IN THE VILLE’ – A New Era in R&B

The 21-year-old R&B Prodigy from Victorville, California, Unveils Her First Mixtape, Setting the Stage for a Promising Career in Music

In a world where music genres are increasingly blending and evolving, Genia, a 21-year-old singer-rapper from Victorville, California, is making waves in the R&B scene. Her debut mixtape, ‘4PM IN THE VILLE’, is now available on all platforms via Def Jam Recordings, marking a significant milestone in her burgeoning career.

Genia’s journey to this point has been nothing short of remarkable. Her breakout single, “Introducing,” released earlier this year, quickly climbed to the top of the Soundcloud New and Hot: R&B Charts. The accompanying video, along with a recently released Garage Session, further showcased her unique style and undeniable talent.

One of the standout tracks on the mixtape, “False Prophet,” reveals Genia’s ability to convey deep emotional narratives through her lyrics. The song explores themes of betrayal and unanswered questions, demonstrating her knack for creating relatable and powerful music.

“You don’t care if I’m hurting|
These scars deep within
And you left me deserted
And I can’t forgive
I got so many questions
That went unanswered
But you’ll never be able to take what you don’t give”

– Genia, “False Prophet

In the lead-up to the release of ‘4PM IN THE VILLE’, Genia has been busy creating and sharing her music. She released five different versions of “Introducing,” each showcasing a different aspect of her musical versatility. She also filmed live “garage band” performances of “False Prophet” and covers of classics such as Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly With His Song” and Janet Jackson’s “Let’s Wait Awhile.”

4PM IN THE VILLE by GENIA – track listing:

  1. Lana’s Prayer
  2. Introducing
  3. The One
  4. Betrayed
  5. On My Knees (Forgive Me)
  6. Jaded
  7. False Prophets
  8. Gratitude

In addition to her original work, Genia has also made her mark with covers. Her rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” was featured in Global Grind’s “New Music Roundup,” and her emotionally charged track “Jaded” has resonated with listeners.

Genia’s music is not just about creating catchy tunes; it’s a form of therapy for her. She aims to empower women through her music, creating a blend of “badass” and vulnerable tunes that resonate on a deeply personal level. As she puts it, “If only one person finds peace in my music then I know I’ve done my job.”

With the release of ‘4PM IN THE VILLE’, Genia is not just introducing herself to the world; she’s setting a new standard in the R&B genre. Her unique blend of raw emotion, lyrical prowess, and musical versatility promises a bright future for this young artist. As she continues to evolve and grow, there’s no doubt that Genia will leave an indelible mark on the music industry.


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