Georgia Reign Drops New Single "Wait On Me" Feat. Raheem DeVaughn

Raheem DeVaughn Presents" - Singer-Songwriter, Georgia Reign As She Releases Visuals and Audio To The Single, "WAIT ON ME".



"WAIT ON ME" (Part 1) was produced by Marcus "Churchboi Askew" and written by Meshawn Jones, Justin Norvell Crowder, Vurdell "Vscript" Muller and "WAIT ON ME" (Part 2) was co-written by Raheem DeVaughn. "WAIT ON ME" (Part 2) will be featured on the upcoming album, "Raheem DeVaughn Presents, From Lust Till Dawn", available on May 6th.


"Wait On Me" (Part 1), was inspired by the love and appreciation that I have for 90's R&B and I wanted to reintroduce the new generation to my version of the Donell Jones classic, "Where I Wanna Be", mentions Georgia. On "Wait On Me" (Part 2) featuring Raheem DeVaughn, "I just wanted someone who would show up and give me that old R&B vibe, but still talk his shit in a modern way...and that is Raheem ," she adds. "You never know what Part 3 and Part 4 might bring to the masses," Georgia chuckles.

 
 

Georgia Reign, born in Atlanta, GA, was raised by a single mother as the oldest of four children. Georgia’s performing skills were fostered early starting from age 6, singing and winning a school talent show in the 2nd grade, while drawn to dance from grade 3 via exposure to ballet, modern, jazz and hip-hop rhythmic forms. Becoming a true performing prodigy by age 12, Georgia was professionally discovered at a local dance contest she won by twisting a challenging down south dance while on skating wheels. She instantly began working as a companion stage dancer for many Atlanta artists.


Over the next few years, Georgia’s young dance career flourished, touring the world at age 15 with Bobby Valentino on the BET sponsored “Scream Tour IV” and performing various dates with renowned artist Bobby Brown and yet still graduating early from a college preparatory academy at 16.

 
 

While genuinely passionate about dancing, Georgia’s mom constantly pushed her toward singing ultimately leading Georgia to join a promising girl group. Singing with this group would lead to her working closely with the legendary songwriter Babyface. As fate would have it she would take center stage as a front vocalist of the group, putting together her debut album. From these sessions, a friendship with 3-time Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Adonis Shropshire was born.



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