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Nard Dinero

Columbia, South Carolina, United States | SELF

Columbia, South Carolina, United States | SELF
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"Nard Dinero - AiRrogant Music(Debut Mixtape)2011"

Talented South Carolina emcee, Nard Dinero just dropped his debut mixtape. Definitely worth the download - http://shebloggin.com


"Nard Dinero - Homecoming (Video Spotlight Feature)"

Off the Columbia, SC rapper’s debut mixtape, AiRrogant Music, which dropped last month. Nard Dinero, a Columbia, SC native drops a little knowledge and gives you a little insight on his hometown. - http://nancioishiphop.com


"Nard Dinero - Yall Dont Really Hear Me Tho (Video Spotlight Feature)"

The South Carolina emcee decided to drop a short visual to make sure y’all are paying attention. No word on where this track is going to end up, but it’s dope none the less. I hear you Nard Dinero. Video directed by Aaron Smalls. - http://nancioishiphop.com


"Nard Dinero - Money and Girls(Single) Video "Spotlight Feature""

A fresh-faced emcee hailing from Columbia, South Carolina, Nard Dinero makes his first foray into The DJBooth with a brand new single off his forthcoming full-length. Here, Da Reezun‘s minimal, percussion-driven boardwork sets the mood as the up-and-coming rhymesayer pays tribute to his two favorite things in the whole damn world—namely, Money and Girls. Like what you’re hearing? More bangers await on the artist’s Value of Dinero LP, scheduled for release this August. - http://djbooth.net


"Nard Dinero - Otis Taylor's Top 15 SC Hip-Hop Artist List (Rank #2)"

He can talk money, cars and clothes or he can rap with social awareness and wisdom. Usually rappers master one or the other. Nard is capable of both — sometimes in the same verse. That epitomizes the rap definition of “flow.” Nard’s proficiency is what makes him so dangerous because he makes rapping sound easy, like a hungry Phonte. I’ve been vibing to “ Come and Go” since I first heard it.

- http://thestate.com


"Nard Dinero - Otis Taylor's Top 15 SC Hip-Hop Artist List (Rank #2)"

He can talk money, cars and clothes or he can rap with social awareness and wisdom. Usually rappers master one or the other. Nard is capable of both — sometimes in the same verse. That epitomizes the rap definition of “flow.” Nard’s proficiency is what makes him so dangerous because he makes rapping sound easy, like a hungry Phonte. I’ve been vibing to “ Come and Go” since I first heard it. - http://thestate.com


"Nard Dinero - Come and Go(Video Spotlight Feature)"

Not long after debuting his rendition of the Dj Burn One produced “Lucy Says High” entitled “Come and Go”, Nard follows up with some fly visuals directed by Phocus N Grind and himself. #DOPENESS – @stackmoses - http://diamondznwood.com


"Nard Dinero - "South Carolina hip-hop undergoing a renaissance"(Charleston Newspaper)"

I stumbled on the music of this Columbia rapper recently and have nothing but good things to say about his newest mix tape, "AiRrogant Music." - http://postandcourier.com


"Nard Dinero - Top 10 Breakthrough Artists of 2011"

South Carolina emcee, Nard Dinero was definitely a breakout artist this year, especially on SheBloggin. He kept my inbox full consistently throughout most of the year with quality music and visuals. This was only his first year as a serious artist, but released track after track, video after video, and a well-rounded mixtape. What I admire about him the most is his sound. He doesn't sound like the typical southern artist. Below are his latest: "The Reason", video "Ya'll Don't Hear Me Tho", and download link to his mixtape, "AiRrogant Music". Congrats on a consistent, breakout year. - http://shebloggin.com


"Nard Dinero - My Life (Spotlight Feature)"

One of Mary J. Blige‘s mid-90’s signature singles was My Life, the stand out title track from her acclaimed second studio album. Believe it or not, but 17 years later - oh, how time flies - the woozy, heavyhearted R&B cut serves as inspiration for rapper Nard Dinero‘s newest song release. On the Charlotte, North Carolina emcee’s My Life, producer Mr. Incredible pairs the Grammy award-winning artist’s vocals with various drum kicks for a super lax production. That is, however, where any similarities between the two songs of the same title end. Instead, Dinero boasts on the various occurrences in his day-to-day life, which include everything from getting high with his girl and skipping class to taking part in a little “extracurricular activity.” I seriously doubt that Mary would approve. My Life will be featured on the DJBooth newcomer’s Value Of Dinero project, which is due out Summer 2013. - http://djbooth.net


"Nard Dinero - My Life (Spotlight Feature)"

One of Mary J. Blige‘s mid-90’s signature singles was My Life, the stand out title track from her acclaimed second studio album. Believe it or not, but 17 years later - oh, how time flies - the woozy, heavyhearted R&B cut serves as inspiration for rapper Nard Dinero‘s newest song release. On the Charlotte, North Carolina emcee’s My Life, producer Mr. Incredible pairs the Grammy award-winning artist’s vocals with various drum kicks for a super lax production. That is, however, where any similarities between the two songs of the same title end. Instead, Dinero boasts on the various occurrences in his day-to-day life, which include everything from getting high with his girl and skipping class to taking part in a little “extracurricular activity.” I seriously doubt that Mary would approve. My Life will be featured on the DJBooth newcomer’s Value Of Dinero project, which is due out Summer 2013. - http://djbooth.net


"Nard Dinero - Money and Girls(Single) "Spotlight Feature""

A fresh-faced emcee hailing from Columbia, South Carolina, Nard Dinero makes his first foray into The DJBooth with a brand new single off his forthcoming full-length. Here, Da Reezun‘s minimal, percussion-driven boardwork sets the mood as the up-and-coming rhymesayer pays tribute to his two favorite things in the whole damn world—namely, Money and Girls. Like what you’re hearing? More bangers await on the artist’s Value of Dinero LP, scheduled for release this August. - http://djbooth.net


Discography

(Mixtape) AiRrogant Music (June 2011)
(Single) Money and Girls prod. by Da Reezun (2012)
(Promo Track) Come and Go prod. by DJ Burn One (2013)
(Mixtape) VaIue of Dinero drops Summer 13'

(Mixtape) It Motivated Me (March 2016)

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Renard Ellis better known as Nard Dinero, a young emcee out of Columbia, SC brings dexterous, realistic content and a cold arrogant flow to the music world. He can talk money, cars and clothes or he can rap with social awareness and wisdom. Usually rappers master one or the other. Nard is capable of both — sometimes in the same verse. That epitomizes the rap definition of “flow.” Nard’s proficiency is what makes him so dangerous because he makes rapping sound easy, like a hungry Phonte.