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Georgio (singer)

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Name  Georgio Allentini
Genres  R&B, pop, dance
Movies  Tapped Out
Ex-spouse  Kelly Jo Minter

Role  Singer-songwriter
Years active  1987–1991
Children  Georgio Allentini Jr.
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Labels  Motown (1987–90)RCA (1991)
Albums  Sex Appeal, Mon Prisme, Bleu noir, Love Stories
Similar People  Kelly Jo Minter, Danielle Foote, Zachary Stevens, Coolio, Kasan Butcher

Born  1966 (age 54), Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States


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Georgio Allentini (born 1966 in Minneapolis, MN) better known by the stage name and mononym Georgio is an African-American California-based funk and dance music singer / songwriter / keyboardist / guitarist. He also produced and directed the film Tapped Out in 2003.


Music career

After giving demos to Prince in a bid to join Prince's Paisley Park, he recorded his own track "Sexappeal" (sometimes Sex Appeal) on his own Georgio Records in 1984, Motown Records showed interest in him and he was eventually signed to the label.

In 1987 he had several songs charting on the Billboard Hot 100, although none climbed any higher than #58. He was much more successful on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, where he earned four Top 10 hits, including "Tina Cherry" which hit #1. His 1988 release, "Lover's Lane" reached #54 in the UK Singles Chart.

He recorded two albums on Motown records in the 1980s and one on RCA in the 1990s.

He also worked at MIG Records.

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Film career

Georgio made the transition to filmmaker with the 2003 release of Tapped Out, which starred Coolio, Alex Avant and Jimmy Bridges. The film was written, co-produced and co-directed by Georgio, who also composed music for its soundtrack.

Personal life

At 17, Georgio moved to Los Angeles. He is of mixed Black, and Italian parentage.

He appeared in a 2000 documentary titled XX elles with Estelle Desanges, Lisa Guerlain, Dany Verissimo-Petit and others.


  • 1987: Sex Appeal (Motown Records)
  • 1988: Georgio (Motown Records)
  • 1991: Rollin' (RCA)
  • Singles


  • 1987: "Sexappeal" or "Sex Appeal" #58 US #16 R&B
  • 1987: "Tina Cherry" #96 US #5 R&B
  • 1987: "I Won't Change"
  • 1987: "Lover's Lane" #59 US #26 R&B
  • 1988: "Bedrock" #37 R&B
  • 1988: "I Don't Want 2 Be Alone"
  • 1989: "Car Freak"
  • 1989: "Romantic Love"
  • Director

  • 2003: Tapped Out (also as producer / screenwriter / actor / composer of soundtrack)
  • References

    Georgio (singer) Wikipedia