Giovanni Pierre-Louis, professionally known as Gio or Itsgiovannie, along with several of his Haitian compatriots, endure life well. 

Gio was born in Brooklyn to an Italian woman who couldn’t kiss her biracial children and a Haitian drug kingpin father who was exiled at the age of 2. After being kicked out of school for behavioral epidemics, Gio was sent to Haiti to live with her father. In Haiti, he learned to appreciate the little things in life and discovered his love for music.

ItsGiovannie was eventually sent to Haiti to live with her father. This is where she discovered her love of music and the rest was history.She is very talented and have passion for music. ItsGiovannie’s musical talents eventually developed into a fusion of modern sounds mixed with trap and old school scat. She worked with other artist like Fivio foreign, dusty Locane , MiG Arogan , Dj Stakz  and more . Check her new single “Money Talk”.

Money Talk, Vol. 2 ends with a full-on nightclub thrasher in “over rated” that has the most radio-ready mix of any song on the disc, but its polish doesn’t overshadow the artistic depth of the material ahead of it in this tracklist by any measurement.

In 2020 Gio also invested in Ape district a fitness sportswear own by ENTREPRENEUR AND FASHION DESIGNER Ni’anah

Born on 5 February 1999 in Miami, the US, Ni’anah is an inspirational public figure who is gaining popularity on social media ever since she begun working with itsGiovannie. Since her growing years, she was passionate about fashion designing.

From beginning to end, ItsGiovannie sounds like a natural-born superstar in Money Talk, Vol. 2, and if you weren’t already getting excited about her work, I think one peek at this collection of single-quality compositions is going to have you singing quite the different tune. ItsGiovannie has my endorsement, and if you’re into spirited progressive R&B and hip-hop’s more melodic, pop-oriented side, she’s likely going to win yours, too.

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