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Interview With New York Artist Jonny Dinero

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Interview With New York Artist Jonny Dinero

Hi Jonny Dinero. How are you?

I’m doing well, on my grind.

Where are you from?

I was born in Bronx, New York.

When did you start music?

Age 20.

How did you get into music?

At the age of 21, I was managing a rapper and producing music as well.

What is the most challenging thing you have overcome in your life?

Getting onto the microphone, but I was inspired by the producers that I worked with to just go for it. Music was a very big release. The biggest challenge was not chasing something that I loved which was music. I loved music as a kid. Now that Jonny is older, he wants to pursue something he had always been passionate about which was music.

Who inspires you the most musically?

Fat Joe. Burnaboy. Davido. Bobby Womack.

What do you want people to take away after listening to your music?

If someone is going to take away anything, it will be energy. If anything, all types of music stimulate energy within a human being. Positive energy and positivity.

What is your greatest achievement as a musician?

Loving my own music that I create. The greatest achievement as a musician is creating music that you actually like to listen to. I know some people that don’t like to listen to the sound of their voice. Some don’t like to see themselves in pictures, but I enjoy my own music and I encourage everyone to enjoy any art that they create, even if it’s bad art. There’s no such as bad art. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. When you are creating music and art, it’s not necessarily to everybody’s satisfaction. These days everybody takes everything too seriously, and people are scared to make jokes or say anything from their hearts because they’re fearful of judgment. I consider some of my music funny. Don’t be scared to make music that some may judge you for. They may laugh, criticize, or call it misogynistic, but that’s art. People are scared to make art and to tell jokes, but right now, most people need a good laugh, and we’re in a time where everyone is too scared to make real art. For my whole life, I’ve been on the blacklist, so I feel that since I’ve already been canceled, I can’t be canceled anymore.

Tell us about any new music you have coming out? When is coming out? What is it about?

“Me, Myself, and I” is a track that I’m working on that I hope to release soon. It’s about feeling mentally isolated from the world due to what we went through the past 2 years. War, economic difficulties, and the pandemic.

Follow Jonny on Instagram @noiselikerambo

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