Life hasn’t always been kind to rapper Sonny Dinero. In fact, it’s dealt him one major blow after another over the last few years. It’s that tragedy, however, that has made him an even better rapper. When you hear his rhymes, you know his struggle is real.
“In 2006, I lost my first child,” he stated. “My son, he had problems at birth. He eventually passed away when he was about eight months old.”
A year after the death of his son, his mother, his biggest fan and supporter, passed away from her struggle with breast cancer. He suddenly found himself in a very dark place, ready to give up on life.
“I’m very excited about it. I’ve been working on it for a while. I just want people to listen to it and enjoy it. Every song has a meaning to it. It’s the story of my life.
According to Dinero, his first single on the EP is a track called “Switchin Lanez” featuring an artist by the name of Nakuu.
“It’s a track that can be played on the radio or club. That’s what I like about. A lot of independent radio stations are picking it up. DJs are wanting it to put it in their rotation. I’ve been getting a positive response on it.
The EP includes seven other tracks with a hip hop/R&B vibe throughout. To learn more about Dinero, check him out on Twitter and SoundCloud.com.