With a spoken word type of flow, Gros Dinero doesn’t value one project over another; with all due respect the record at the moment is your greatest hit and with his eyes set on the prize best believe the Most High comes first, then the studio then the shows. Born in Brooklyn, yet molded and bred in Southside Jamaica Queens; from an early age Gros Dinero knew the stage was his rightful place. Now at the age of 36, defining performing as the only trip he wants to be on, yet he feels there aren’t enough platforms for artists to showcase their talents. “It also depends on the artist’s drive; a car with a full tank of gas will take you as far as you want to go as long as you press the pedal. But you still have to press the pedal; the car is not going to move on its own”. In other words, his ambitions are self-motivated yet he has a coloration of heavy hitting collaborations with Hip Hop legend Mr. Cheeks, Royal Flush, Tony Sunshine, Nanci Fletcher, and House Legend Ira Levi. He’s also done momentous teaming up with some of the most extraordinaire underground artists there is; Freaky Kah son of Lost Boyz very own legendary Freaky Tah, Kenslay Da God, Je$ Dollaz, Lyrikal, Budda Early, SirPrize, Bangz Boulevard, CEO Reem, Eleana Rivas, Jodie Stack Bricks, Boe Skaggz, Twan D
a Dude, Spazz, International Nova, Holiday The Golden Child, Lady Q, ML, Farrah, Notez, E-Pull, B
Morgan, Young Cassius, Scruge, iFresh, Marvelous while also featuring on a remix track with Papoose.
When asked to reflect on music as a universal element, Dinero reverberated that music evolves just like the fans that listen to it, New York and Hip Hop is currently a boiling pot of different flows and
energies mixing together; we will see who comes out climaxing because no one will forever remain on top, and back in his Junior High School daze artists he felt formulated the foundation of Hip Hop were Slick Rick, Biggie, Scarface, and 2Pac to name a few. Gros Dinero; in other words, delegates’ capital wealth and currency exchange in this here rap game, the goal is to give the people what they want from show to show while accumulating the dough. And thus far twenty seventeen has taken this artist on a quiet storm setting a diverse stage. Currently working on his third mixtape, web series #BumRush 2nd season, headlined at Roxanne Shante’s Hip Hop Honors, countless radio interviews, performing at various venues including S.O.B’s, all the while gearing up for his first on stage theatrical performance “Thou Shall Not Kill” a dramatization emulated towards the youth; repercussions in the streets, our choices and taken accountability. Gracing the cover of Hip Hop Urban Magazine “1212” October 2016 edition Gros Dinero has been marked as a mogul in the making.