Making his mark across the industry thanks for your interest & “Welcome 2 Grindside”
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Lake Charles, La — December 25, 2015 — Kidd DiNo is his name american rapper/songwriter from Lake Charles, La. Kidd DiNo is quickly becoming a talked about name among Indie top talent in hip-hop. He currently has a smash single entitled “Kash 4 Gold” which can be found anywhere music is sold. You won’t regret supporting this artist as he is sure to make his way to an industry heavy weight.
CEO of G.S.B.A, Kidd DiNo is an artist that is no stranger to over coming adversity. He has been actively rapping since 2006 and is moving towards success on a main stream level. We feel his talents as a writer will soon get him the recognition and credit he deserves and we look forward to following his career. Kidd has 1 album entitled “Welcome 2 Grindside” which he sold over 7,000 units across the gulf coast and has recently released his newest single “Kash 4 Gold” everywhere music is sold.
Les Brown once stated that, “people that are hungry are unstoppable, people that are hungry are no matter what people, they make it happen no matter what!” To make it these days in the music business an artist must be resilient, it takes dedication and a direction of knowledge with a refuse to quit attitude. Kidd DiNo has acquired just that. In 2015 Kidd DiNo has managed to perform for the South By Southwest in Austin, TX, sell over 7,000 (hard copy) units, and land his new smash single “Kash 4 Gold” on South Carolina’s radio HoodHeatRadio.com.
As of now Kidd DiNo is an independent artist that is fully invested in himself. Kidd has touched many people across the country by being involved in his community. He recently did a community clean on FB that has now reached over 32k people all across the United States. This rapper certainly cares for people and is genuine in his action.
Who Is Kidd DiNo?
Born in the deep South of Lake Charles, La
this rapper/songwriter & CEO of (GrindSide Of BlackAmerica Ent)
or more widely known as (G.S.B.A) is on a serious mission. He says that during those days basketball was on his agenda, but found time to polish his writing abilities while teachers lectured. After almost dropping out in the 9th grade and failing every grade up to graduation, Kidd decided he learned enough in school and then turned to the streets to learn life and earn a living. Kidd says he faced many challenges along the way that included jail time, drug & alcohol abuse, lack of support, & even being homeless.
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