Geno-G is an artist within the Rap/Hip-Hop genre who began writing songs in 1991. In 1996 Geno began performing at a local Junior College in Stockton in between classes for fun and also helped run the college radio station. 2002 marked the release of his first EP titled 'Where Is Game From' which soon followed up with his first music video that aired on a local access TV show called Valley Streets; A thirty minute segment designed to give local artists an opportunity to showcase their talent. The following year Geno received airplay on 97.7 KWIN hosted by the late Rick Chase who showcased local talent during AM hours. In 2005 Geno hooked up with Grimmy Scribs Productions and was a cameo in his first movie called Hood Hitterz. With a full-length album scheduled for release in early 2009 Geno is anxious to get back in the act and perfect his stage performance. His delivery has grown tremendously as well as his ability to formulate ideas and piece them together into catchy tunes that stick with the listener. In the process he has developed a unique sound all his own as his gift with words has granted him the ability to be very versatile.