[Artists] - "Unsigned Hype" @OGE_Mucho (July)

Name: Mucho Deniro
Location: Los Angeles
Genre: Hip Hop/ Rap
Label/Unsigned: Unsigned


TMC: Whats makes you a Unique Artist?
MD: "I am my own government. No one runs ME but Me!!"

Determined to drop the negative perception of the Dorn men, Lawrence Dorn, Jr. (Mucho Deniro)
developed his skill as a MC at the young age of 14. With the pen and paper becoming his best friends the
constant relocation of his home slowly became irrelevant. Although social, Dorn hesitated to build new friendships in fear of them ending because of another move. Though shadowed by criticism, at the age of 16 Dorn was able to link up with the few child hood friends he had: Cameron Davis, Taylor Parsons, Brain Greene and Azzaam Stallsworth and together they created Organized Grind, later incorporated in 2009. Stepping into the game during a time where many artists were signed to bogus deals and becoming one hit wonders, Dorn knew that not only skill but also knowledge of the game would set him apart from the rest. When dropping his birth name Dorn anticipated the new responsibilities that came along with becoming Mucho Deniro, co-founder of Organized Grind and lead artist. Determine to jump hurtles; Deniro began to study the music business and build a foundation on which his empire would rest. Born October 19, 1986 on the East Side of Los Angeles Deniro was all too familiar with the lifestyle of a street hustler and gangster and decided that his music would incorporate more than what was expected. Plagued by his father’s past, Deniro was expected to become a society statistic. Overcoming the hardship of losing a drug dealing father to gang violence and learning the true meaning of becoming a man while being
raised in a house full of women would be just a few of many challenges Deniro would face. After attending Inglewood High, Deniro went on to graduate from Lakewood High School and began working on his associate’s degree at El Camino City College. With a longing for scholastics but a passion for music Mucho Deniro had to decide between the books and the beats.
Deniro proved his loyalty to the lyrics when “She’s Jerkin” brought in 115,000 hits within the first week of its release on the website HotNewHipHop.com shortly followed by 80,000 downloads of numerous songs such as “501 Denims,” “State of Emergency,” and “Fresh.” Once word got out about Mucho Deniro, web based magazines: Kaboon Magazine, TapWire Magazine, and DaStreetBuz.com jumped at the opportunity to interview him. After popular Atlanta VJ Ms. Dynamite interviewed Mucho Deniro his fan base grew down
south resulting in collaborations with industry artist like Yung Berg and then Hot Dolla producing a radio hit “We in the Building.” With the increase of media fanfare clothing labels where eager to work with Deniro as he was quickly sponsored by Supreme Vandals Clothing, Streetwise Clothing, and Crooks and Castles. With Mucho Deniro racing in his own lane and setting his own records we have yet to see the best of him. Continuously study, learning, perfecting and taking leaps to reach his full potential, we will watch as he sores to the top.
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