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This Week Spotlight Performer: Gernie B

From the Apollo Theater to Madison Square Garden to the Georgia Dome, Gernie B. has been the artist to watch since the age of six years old, when she made her debut at a local talent show in her hometown East Orange, NJ when she belted out Yolanda Adams' hit "Open Up My Heart". Since then, Gernie B. has graced many stages and performed at huge events such as the McDonald's Gospel Fest (where she won four years in a row as a "Tot" contestant), Atlanta's Urban Idol (where she also won 1st place), Atlanta's own Sweet Auburn Festival, and countless more. It wasn't until the age of thirteen that she began to write her own songs, and began recording and performing them at the age of fourteen. And now, at the ripe age of 18, Gernie has her craft of writing, creating hits such as "Boyfriend Magnet," "Miss Black America," and "Scared". In order to be a triple threat, she would have to master the dance department . . . well, she did! After years of training with the likes of Atlanta's own Dance 411 superstars Sean Bankhead, Beejay Harris, and CiCi Kelley , Gernie B. has earned the title of "The Female Version of Chris Brown" not long after performing her original material, which has captured the ears of the Atlanta audience and beyond. Recently, Gernie has been featured on this year's Hot 107.9's "Bullying Is Not Hot" Tour alongside Mindless Behavior, Issa, Jacquees, and the OMG Girlz, performing her original song "Malicious Hatred," a remake of Michael Jackson's 1988 hit "Dirty Diana," in dedication to all victims of bullying throughout the world. The song and music video that accompanied won the 2012 NAACP ACT-SO Award in Film.

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