Jonathan Armand is the true name of Gennaro, although he was given the stage name Gennaro when he was born on June 20, 1990, in Aix-en-Provence.
Gennaro picked up his first guitar at the age of 16 years, having been lulled to sleep by the impact of the French chanson and worldwide music. Gennaro is a student at a lycée, and while he is there, he is involved in a rap collective.
Because of his participation in this group, he will be able to improve both his writing and his conceptual identity. Gennaro Bachelier is planning to attend a social work school in the near future.
The explanation for his intense feelings is the fact that he has interacted with audiences who have been in difficult and dangerous situations. 2015, it will be by pursuing his or her responsibilities inside universities and places of entertainment. Graduated in 2015
Gennaro picks up his guitar and begins composing new songs at the beginning of the year 2018. A profound need, a connection to the tune, and something incomprehensible compels him to play his first recordings for someone he cares about.
There is not a single person who disagrees with the statement that Gennaro should work on improving his music and exposing it to as many people as possible. During the same year, Gennaro’s mother passed away in a terrible accident. This suffering and this enormous shock are going to force him to have to take responsibility for his own fate.
2019 marks the beginning of the era of the first recording studios. In conjunction with the members of the Art Project, Gennaro collaborated on the composition, writing, and performance of four songs for his first EP.
In the year 2022, it marks the beginning of a new phase in his career with the release of two extracts from his next project titled “CHAMPAGNE” and “BIANCA.”
His new track is titled “BIANCA,” and it conjures both the ardor of a love tale and the dependency that comes with using cocaine. It is a powerful topic that is further strengthened by a clip that conjures up an ambiance reminiscent of the movie “Trainspotting.”
It is a scream from the heart that helps put into perspective the inner battle that every one of us goes through to fight against our addictions.