Gemini Wired Kicks Bullies in the Butt With Release of "What Now"

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Gemini Wired, an R&B pop artist from Boston, just recently released her newest single "What Now", along with a music video to go with it.

The track touches on a topic that a lot of people at any age could relate to: bullying.

Gemini Wired has a similar sound to others in the industry including Fergie, Rihanna, Ke$ha and Nicki Minaj.

The singer and songwriter plans to finish recording her EP and kicking off an anti-bullying campaign to conincide with her new track and video releases.

Bullying is a problem that both kids and adults deal with way too often than they should in our generation.

This young and talented artist takes the situation in her own hands, for it is near and dear to her heart and something she has dealt with herself.

The song deals with the heavy topic, and really provides a stand up approach to bullies.

Gemini Wired recently stated about her latest track, "I have been bullied in the past. I've always been an advocate even as a kid," she explained. "Bullying hurts, and it can make you severely depressed.

Nobody deserves to be made fun of, picked on, or beat up because of who they are. I know exactly how much more it can hurt mentally than it can physically at times.

I believe it's crucial to report it whenever we see it occur before it becomes worse. If we can prevent by doing so, it's always a win for the potential victims."

The strong willed singer and songwriter released a music video to go along with her new single, "What Now". She described the video as an encouragement for everyone to go for what they believe they can and want to do. "These bullies cannot beat us. My video also represents the consequences for people hurting others and how it always go back to karma.

I want my "What Now" song and video to inspire as many people as possible. There's kids that have so much to offer and don't know it because they want to hide their talents or intelligence.

I don't want them to be ashamed anymore. I want them to know people like myself and all these organizations have their backs."

Gemini Wired has been an absolute inspiration with the release of her newest track. The song is inspiring and encouraging, and at the same time, deep and emotional.

It really does reflect the outcome of bullying, both positive and negative.

We as a society need to take a listen to what this young aritst has to offer and more importantly, say. If we all stand up to stop bullying, this mean act could be abolished in schools and societies everywhere.

To listen to "What Now", visit, and visit to view the video.

We also ask you to please share both with your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers and classmates. Together we can make a difference and put a stop to the cruel and hurtful act of bullying.