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Gemini dreams of breakthrough

BY: Baaba Crentsil / Graphic Showbiz / Ghana

 

Compositional ideas easily come  to up and coming hiphop artiste, Gemini Orleans but what is not falling easily into his lap is the breakthrough that he has longed wished for in his music career.

Though he started rap back at the Senior High School at Aggrey Memorial, the young chap who believes he is lyrically inclined to be a great competitor in the hiphop industry says his time is now to shine.

“I have always longed for the time when people will acknowledge my talent and what I have got in me and the time is now for that to manifest” he told Showbiz last week.

Gemini who expressed his concern about the challenges most up and coming artistes encounter in the quest to get to the top said as a new artiste, he has faced some tough situations that almost discouraged him from pursuing his long cherished dream of being a hiphop artiste.

The new kid on the hip hop block is quite hopeful that his singles, Never forget me, O day O day which features Edem and Sarkodie and Ok Ok with Lousika will keep his fans happily on their feet.

He said his latest single, Sakumono, which featured Edem, Slimo and Mr. Magic is evidence of the great stuff and budding talent he has. “I feel obliged to talk about the community that I grew up in because it has contributed in many ways to who I am”.

Gemini who describes himself a staunch Christian and a crusader for safe environment said that he has always been inspired by the word of God and the environment.