Born Geronimo Adrian Sanker, in a small Indian village in Belize, Geronimo moved to Los Angeles at 17 years old where he discovered his true passion for singing. In 2002, with a burning desire to spread his love of music to the world, Geronimo, along with his brothers and a few friends, formed the Dancehall group, WessTrybe. WessTrybe went on to record numerous songs and perform shows in the greater Los Angeles area with high acclaim. In 2012, Geronimo decided to record a solo album which prompted his spiritual journey of the Rastafarian faith on a deeper and more intimate level. “My intention is to spread the truth and free up Jah people from the spiritual bondage they are in because of the knowledge they were denied,” Geronimo states as he reveals the destitution which the ethnic minorities have been dealing with for centuries.
Geronimo wears his heart on his sleeve. He is open and honest in his lyrics singing songs of consciousness, faith, life experiences, and love. His baritone voice, groundbreaking performances, and his Native attire has caught the attention of many Dancehall lovers worldwide. He is proud of his heritage and lets it shine through as he is often seen in photos wearing an Indian headdress with an abundance of bright, exquisite feathers and authentic jewelry. Geronimo's love for music and humanity is revealed on stage as well as off as he engages with his fans and encourages unity of all people from all backgrounds.
Geronimo’s influences have shaped him into the person he is today and he is grateful for this. Some of these artists include Jr. Reid, Bob Marley, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Sean Paul, T.O.K., Yami Bolo, Anthony B., Headley Shine (Born Jamericans), Mad Lion, Krs-1, Chuck Fender, Leroy Shakespear, Quinto Sol, Chucky, etc. He has also collaborated with Reggae, Dancehall, and Hip Hop artists both locally and globally such as Beenieman (Jamaica), Madam Brown (U.S.), Quinto Sol (U.S.), T.O.K. (Jamaica), G-Mel (Jamaica), and P-Nut (Haiti), Trey Beama (Japan), among others.
Geronimo performs all throughout California with a focus in the Los Angeles area. He has performed at events and venues such as the House of Blues Hollywood, House of Blues Anaheim, Echoplex (Dub Club), The Mint, The Derby, Grand Avenue, Hollywood Park Casino, Palms Casino (Las Vegas), Bob Marley Festival (Long Beach), Ethiopian World Federation Show, Zabumba Brazilian Bar, The White Lion, and many others. Geronimo continue to spread his heart-felt passion for Reggae and Jah, captivating audiences worldwide.
"Music is Life and the Rest is Just Details." -Geronimo
Dream catchers are arts and crafts of the Native American people.
They were woven by the grandfathers and grandmothers for newborn children and hung above the cradleboard to give the infants peaceful, beautiful dreams.
Some consider the dreamcatcher a symbol of unity. Even though the designs and legends of Dream Catchers differ, the underlying meaning and symbolism is universal and carried across cultures.
Live the DREEM! Dream big!
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