I am the singer, songwriter and producer behind the Beatrice Behave project, now represented by Think Music Group, an exclusive representation licensing and publishing company that secured placements for brands such as Dell, Adobe, Coors, Clinic, HBO and Netflix.
My academic background extends from a Bachelor's Degree in Electroacoustic studies from Concordia University, to a Songwriter Master Certificate from Berklee Online and a vocal training spreading well over a decade.
I produced and top lined in a variety of genres and across the electronic spectrum, naturally gravitating towards soulful vibes in all its forms (jazz, trip hop, R&B, deep house, etc.).
I also worked as a contractor singer for Altar studios, the award-winning team behind the Dance Music Production school in UK.
The many hats I've worn over the years now allow me to hold a holistic view of every project I work on; I always ensure that the melody, lyrics, voice and production support each other like magic and work cohesively towards the same goal.
It is with love and care that I can help support your vision in many ways, at every stage.
I record with an Audio Technica 4040 mic and a Scarlett Focusrite. I also own a wealth of third-party plugins that help a vocal shine!
I can't wait to be part of your musical world. Let me know how you want your project to soar!
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3 ReviewsEndorse Genevieve G.
Genevieve honestly cares about representing herself and her work as best as possible. She will work with you to make sure her vocals fit perfectly for your song!
Genevieve is an amazing singer songwriter and producer Technically knowledgable, she provided beautifully recorded tracks. Giving me as assets both raw and processed material. I really couldn't ask for more. It really isn't every day one finds such talent. We had great communication all throughout and I love the record we created together.
Gen is a great vocalist to work with. She is professional, timely and provides good quality vocals. Always keen and flexible to ensure the final result is of a high standard. Is proactive and helpful, resulting a a great outcome for every project.
Interview with Genevieve G.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: It's the magic of the discovery!
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I'd love to work with 9th Wonder. I'm fascinated by his creative process and how he reinvents music. I'm personally very drawn towards "collage" forms of art (visual art as well as music) in which things are chopped and reorganized. I love feeling the texture! This guy is an ace at that. ... Gotta say, it would also be a dream to work with Kaytranada. This guy knows exactly what a vibe is. His sounds are butter.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: I'll share two - and they work together: (1) follow your bliss; (2) be willing to learn from what you love. It may seem overly simplistic, but I found the producer path to be so fearful at times. There is so much to learn in music production, it's infinite, in an infinite number of directions. That can feel so intimidating, especially if your passion is strong, and if you believe you have to know everything. It's so easy to compare ourselves to others, feel inadequate and blocked. I personally found that the more genuinely curious I was, and the more willing I was to study and understand what lit up my heart, the lighter and more inspired I felt on that journey. No one invented the wheel of music production. We all learned to some degree from the one who inspired us. And there is true beauty in that. Music belongs to all of us! ... I wish I could've told that to young producer me. ;)
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: It may sound boring (it's not!), but I believe I'm a good "idea organizer". I'm good at finding methods and paths to bring a project where I want to bring it. I'm a good strategizer, I can change my lens' length to look at the tiniest details, and have the biggest of pictures. :)
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: You know when you're in a roller coaster, right on top of the hill when it's about to go down, and you get those butterflies in the stomach? Or when you get out of a movie theater so enchanted by the movie you just saw that you just want to watch it all over again? That's the feeling I'm shooting for. Every time.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I love that both left brain and right brain work together; I work both intuitively and in a very organized fashion. First, I have to feel into a project, let things flow and explore a bunch of ideas. Sometimes, inspiration has to be directed and triggered! I developed a set of "prompts" and tools to generate music ideas, lyric ideas, and groove ideas. Then, I dig up the best ideas, I organize and fine-tune them. I aim for contrast and balance; it's important for me that lyric ideas develop well, and that melodies be dynamic. I find that break times are very important, too. The subconscious mind can do a lot of work on a song when we're not actively involved in it, and for me, taking some distance and having a "fresh mind" over my work proved to be SO productive!