Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Producer, and Composer. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of three, Paulleo Davis began singing in church, dancing and pop locking in the streets of Flatbush Ave. At the ripe age of seven, he won his first talent show. It was the glitter glove one and moonwalk on television that summer, inspiring Paulleo to know who and what he wanted to become, an Entertainer.
Emmanuel Lewis, also known in entertainment as “Webster” and childhood friend of Paulleo, afforded him the opportunity to speak to Michael Jackson. As a child, Paulleo often spoke to Michael Jackson about his future in the music business. The wise and prolific, King of pop, Michael Jackson asked Paulleo “What will set you apart from everyone else”. Paulleo thought about all his idols including Michael Jackson, Prince, the elusive Stevie Wonder, John P. Kee, and Eddie Murphy answering the King of Pop with one word “uniqueness”.
Paulleo developed a keen ear listening to a variety of artists and music. He taught himself how to play the piano and guitar. As a young man, Paulleo joined a local group, N.B.C (Nothing But Class) that toured and opened for several Hip Hop and R& B groups.
N.B.C performed at various historical arenas including the legendary, Apollo Theater. In his first televised performance, Paulleo sang as lead for the New York Boy’s Choir (NYBC) in the Jerry Lewis Telethon. Paulleo also had the opportunity to perform alongside the legendary, Diana Ross during the celebration of Muhammad Alis’ Birthday at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles.
Paulleo was especially honored to perform alongside Whitney Houston, as lead for NYBC in one of many charitable events in New York City. Paulleo always dreamed of recording his own music, writing his own lyrics and owning his own studio. That dream became prevalent and real in 1996.
Paulleo started his own production company, G.N.M Entertainment, which is an acronym for “The Game Needs Me”! Paulleo desires to be one of the world’s hottest producers, singers, songwriters and performers. He took an internship at Grand Hustle, in Atlanta, a major production company and independent label under the famous, Atlantic Records. He produced tracks for hip-hop artists, T.I., Young Dro and Yung LA while collaborating with The Beat Billionaires. One of Paulleo’s most notable accomplishments
to date came when he won the ASCAP Award for Theme Song of the Year
for the hit sitcom Tyler Perry’s
“House of Payne”.
Presently, Paulleo produces, writes and arranges numerous local upcoming hip hop/pop/r&b artist from the West to the East Coast. Additionally, his G.N.M Outreach program has allowed him to speak to aspiring children in various schools wanting to learn about the music industry. Paulleo alongside popular, V103's Greg Street was one of many events involving G.N.M’s Outreach programs. Paulleo recently, produced, arranged and performed the theme song, “WOW” for The Women of Wealth, a gala organized for White House Representative, Eddie Frazier. Paulleo also composed and performed the theme song “Never Give Up” for Alma Davis’ Dinner for Diva where in attendance, were various NFL stars as well as Rodney Perry, side attendant for the Oscar Award winner, Monique on The Monique Show. Paulleo’s latest and greatest projects include composed and performed theme score for the introduction of Atlanta’s popular V103's DJ, Terry Bello.
G.N.M Entertainment is now proud to introduce the first single and music video, “Missing You” from upcoming, freshman album T.A.N. Lastly Paulleo is scheduled to perform hits from the Album on the East Coast; Then embarking on a Pacific and European tour.