Jose Manuel Guitian, better known as Don Dinero, is an American-born Cuban Rap monster music artist living in Miami. He is currently signed to Machete Music, a print label under Universal Records. As a talented artist, he shows his talent in different genres. Such as Latin, Reggaeton, Rap, Latin Rap are just a few of them.
Born on July 21, 1975, in Washington Heights, New York (state), United StatesDinero found much inspiration amid New York’s thriving hip-hop scene. Don Dinero is the son of Cuban exiles who came to the United States in the early 1960s. While growing up, Don Dinero witnessed the birth of rap and immediately became attracted to the movement. Fluent in English and Spanish, Dinero says his music was successful because Latinos were hungry for rap to speak with their experience.
In the late ’90s, he and his older brother, Oscar Guitian, started their own label, Last Laugh Records, to make their dreams come true. Unfortunately, not much happened to that business, and Dinero himself and his family decided to move to Miami, where he believed there were plenty of opportunities in the midst of the city’s large Latin population. This happened in 2002, and he immediately began work on what would become of Que Bola. He released the debut album on Cuban contact records at the end of the year.
Dom Dinero released his latest music track “BLICK SHIT” on Spotify. “BLICK SHIT” the whole single, combines all of these elements and blends Trap, hip hop, trap metal together in a stylish, entertaining way. He combines contemporary references and personal insight in a fascinating way as a rap singer. Make the most of this individually limited time frame, in particular, stand on stage with confidence and relevance, and make sure to throw away more than a few reflections of life that create a sense of identity and allow listeners.
“BLICK SHIT” is present in terms of hip hop and rap sound, but it keeps things raw and honest, leading with refreshing insights into life that have been recognizable to all for years. It’s definitely worth a look back.