Move over Jessica Simpson--there's yet another useless blonde wailing away, but thankfully, this one has yet to catch her big break. With tired lyrics and re-used beats, this Venezuelan-born beauty has little to offer, which is probably why she's virtually unheard of. Though Gerina's music falls under the rock genre, her lyrics are all too reminiscent of Britney Spears bubble-gum drivel.
A graduate of international business administration and music business, Gerina's music comes off as surprisingly unintelligent, pedestrian and bland. Her unimaginative lyrics about a broken heart thanks to bottom-feeding boyfriends and their addiction to silicon are hardly ground-breaking or thought-provoking. Worse yet is it's pretty hard to tell when the current song ends and the next one begins, as all the droning lyrics and boring sound melt together after a while. Some gullible listeners will be fooled into thinking the album is redeemable when she infuses her Latin American music background into tracks like "You'll Be Back," which, guiltily enough, will get bodies moving. Despite a few catchy faux-Latin beats, Gerina is hardly worth a listen. So long as you've heard top 10 pop before, Gerina Di Marco offers nothing new.