( 4UMF NEWS ) Cuttboy G Dinero Ft 2Meka Diaz And Earz – WOEDEE:
No bricks or mortar could stop him. No barbed wire fence or penitentiary could trap him. No obstacles or pitfalls set before him could sink him. Yet he rose from the ghettos of New Orleans and soared through the continents of the Universe as G DINERO. G Dinero grew up in the projects of New Orleans, Louisiana; and from a young age, he was predicted to be a SMASH HIT. Music helped to raise this young man into an accomplished musician. After writing songs and producing his own music, G Dinero began opening shows for notable artists from labels, such as Cash Money Records.
G Dinero relocated to Atlanta, Georgia and landed a deal with Evander Holyfield. While in Atlanta, he immediately gained recognition on V-103 and Hot 107.9 with songs like ‘In My State’ featuring DSGB, ‘That’s Gangsta Dogg’ featuring Bun B, and the smash hit ‘Tilt Ya Hat’ featuring Pastor Troy and 2Meka Diaz. Unfortunately, his life abruptly changed when some of his family members perished in Hurricane Katrina. Three months later, his sister died. Though difficult, G Dinero defied these odds and returned to the studio to complete his album “Ghetto Drama Volume II, I’m Still Breathin,” this time, with PASSION.
“Ghetto Drama Volume II, I’m Still Breathin,” is a masterpiece embodying the soul of the streets. Artists, such as C-Murder, Scarface, Bun B, BG, and Big Mike of the Ghetto Boys, contributed to the authentic sounds of the Dirty South. While artists, such as Akon, Young Buck of G-Unit, and The Eastside Boyz added even more heat from the steamy south. His self-produced single, ‘Tilt Ya Hat’ was an instant club banger and street anthem.
G Dinero received the 2006 Urban Media Film Festival’s Video Award for the video ‘Waitin Fa Ma Season,’ directed by Gabriel Hart. In that same year, he appeared on the red carpet and attended the BET Hip Hop Awards with Evander Holyfield and 2Meka Diaz. He later appeared on BET’s “How I’m Livin’” with Evander Holyfield. In 2009, he was nominated for BET’s “Most Anticipated Artist of the Year.” In addition, after receiving over 455,000 votes, G Dinero’s video ‘Tilt Ya Hat’ was voted as the April 2009 BET “Ya Heard” Artist of the Month. He also recorded, produced, and filmed a Barak Obama tribute entitled ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ which features Grammy Award winner Toni Rich. He made guest appearances/acting in music videos by artist, such as Rocko ‘This Morning’ and Plies ‘The Letter.’
In 2010, G Dinero joined C-Murder’s group The Cuttboyz under TRU Records. He featured on the song “The Cutt Boyz” from C-Murder’s album “Screamin’ 4 Vengeance” under Asylum Records. He went on to produce track #2 “The Best P—- You Ever Had” for rapper Khia’s album “Nasti Muzik” under Big Cat Records/Tommy Boy Entertainment. He also produced the song “My Cookies” for singer Virgo who sang the hit song “My Boo” (Ghost Town DJs/So So Def).
Currently, G Dinero is operating Wanted Nationwide Entertainment, LLC. Artists on his roster includes 2Meka Diaz and Earz who collaborated with him on his latest single ‘Woedee.’ After ‘Woedee’ received such positive feedback and reviews from mass audiences during performances, G Dinero decided to direct a music video for the song. This video features appearances by Evander Holyfield, C-Murder, New Orleans Queen of Bounce Cheeky Blakk, G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd, Big Sam (of Lil Jon’s Eastside Boyz), and people of various ages, races, and cultures.
G-Dinero is now spreading his wings in other genres of music and business. In addition to hip-hop, he is producing RnB, Gospel, and Country music. He is Vice President of Five-Star Fragrance, and is nominated for the 2013 World Wide Access TV Male Underground Hip Hop Entertainment Award. G Dinero can also be heard on C Murder’s latest mixtape “Ricochet.” And now….G Dinero has brought Woedee to a global level…and this song has become an anthem…the whole world is saying…“Woedee!!!”