Don Dinero

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Don Dinero
Birth name Jose Manuel Guitian
Origin Cuba
Washington Heights, New York, United States
Genres Hip hop, Rap
Occupations Rapper, songwriter
Years active 2000s–present
Associated acts Celia Cruz

Jose Manuel Guitian, popularly known as Don Dinero, is an American-born Cuban Rapper.

Biography[edit]

Dinero was born in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan. Don Dinero is the son of Cuban exiles who arrived in the United States at the beginning of the 1960s.

In the late 1990s he and his older brother, Oscar Guitian, started their own label, Last Laugh Records. When this did not succeed he moved in 2002 to Miami, which has a large Latino population. In 2002 he released the album Que Bola! on Cuban Connection Records and the single "Pana Pana." In 2005 he released his next album Ahora Que Sí featuring the single "Arte de la Calle". He released his third album El Ultimo Guerrero on October 31, 2006.

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