Even as so many artists these days tend to write or sing about sex, drugs and violence, Georgie has always continued to be focused on the good things in life and maintain a positive attitude throughout life's ups and down. Why is that? "Look around the world" Georgie points out. " People are split right down the middle on everything, especially in our own country. There is so much hate in the world. People take no responsibility for their actions anymore. There is NO HARMONY in the world. It's been missing for the longest time and I feel such a sense of urgency to try and make a difference. We need to play together like God's Harp. Remember the 60's with the hippie Generation. They were all about peace and love. We need to help bridge that generation gap."
As just about everyone knows, House Music was born in Chicago. Over the years, Chi-Town was a staple known for House Music as many music labels were locally-based. Slowly over the years, the focus of House Music has shifted to New York City and across the Atlantic. Yet Georgie's label Music Plant has been among the select few labels that have been able to maintain the hardships throughout the years. As Music Plant is approaching its 12th year in existence I asked him why they have been so successful in changing with the times while other labels have not. "I truly believe in my heart that God wants us to be in the game. We have worked very hard over the years as a team. The main thing is we have never deviated from 'Song.' We put out the occasional Dubs, Tracks and everything else in between. But we always had the focus on 'Song.' People love to sing, people love to sing along to their favorite songs. Songs have a permanent place in history. You may not remember how an awesome track went ten years ago. But you never forget your favorite words from a classic song. Not to mention, we fully believe in working a record to death. We don't believe in quitting on a record. Because just when you start quitting on a record after months of working it, that's when the public catches on and then when you really need to give it that extra effort to make sure your music is a success. I also feel that labels take no responsibility when it comes to Artist Development. They don't present the product in its fullest potential and that is where many people suffer through the breakdown. You need to have a plan and stick with it".