Remember that GoGo Morrow will be highlighting the “She’s Next” Show on January 26th! Get your tickets now!
About GoGo Morrow
GOGO “YEAH, I SAID GOGO” MORROW IS AN ATYPICAL, CREATIVE FORCE MAKING HER INDELIBLE MARK AS A SINGER, SONGWRITER, AND DANCER. IN HER TRAVELS, THE FIRST THING PEOPLE ALWAYS ASK IS “WHY THE NAME GOGO?”
Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Vol 1. can answer that question. GoGo Morrow states, “GoGo Yubari’s character was an innocent-faced, assassin that you never saw coming. The same holds true for me as an artist. People never see me coming but I’m here and I’m a triple threat as a singer, writer, and dancer. I’m always up for a challenge.”
Indeed, being up for a challenge has always been in her blood. GoGo Morrow got her start singing in West Philadelphia as a small child listening to her father sing. As she began to find her own voice, her father would challenge her to a sing off. If she kept up, she’d win $2 – quite the payoff for an aspiring, young artist.
GoGo Morrow began singing in church and, at age 10, joined the Prince Music Theater’s Rainbow Company where she honed her theatrical skills over the next seven years. She went on to earn a degree in Music Business from Millersville University. During that time, she worked as an intern for Philadelphia International Records, then as an assistant at Def Jam under the tutelage of her mentor Record Executive Leesa Brunson.
Combining all of her life experience, GoGo Morrow secured a coveted2 year engagement as a background singer and dancer for Lady GaGa’s The MonsterBall Tour. She has also performed as a solo opening act for Rick Ross, LilWayne, Fabolous, and Kendrick Lamar, just to name a few. Most recently, she performed at the WaWa festival, opening for Lauryn Hill, Common, The Roots, and Queen Latifah.