CuttBoy G-Dinero grew up in the projects of New Orleans and at the young age of 4 he taught himself how to play a five piece drum set. Not too many young children find their direction that early in life. In the long run this talent would provide him with lucrative endeavors, while becoming established and defined as an accomplished and consummate track producer / musician. As his maturation grew and the years passed, he released his first album in 2009 that shook the streets of New Orleans. G-Dinero released another album that same year and formed his own production company. This power move secured instant radio rotation as a springboard for shows promoting nationally recognized artists in New Orleans. Everyone in life is bound to take that detour off the original path in order to encounter the light amidst all the darkness. G’s realistic dream for stardom was interrupted. He was sentenced to prison and while serving his time he focused on perfecting his writing and the business side of the music industry. When the chips were down at the deepest depth, G-Dinero remained disciplined in his heart and love for his craft. Motivated, focused and resourceful fit his description to a T.
In 2005, shortly after his release, G-Dinero relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. While in Atlanta, he immediately gained recognition on Atlanta’s top radio stations, V103 and Hot 107.9, with songs like “In My State” featuring DSGB. Another G-Dinero dirty south classic is “That’s Gangsta Dogg” featuring Bun B (UGK). Within that same year, life abruptly changed for G-Dinero. Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and members of his family perished, followed three months later by the death of his sister. Whoever said, “when it rains it pours” wasn’t joking. Engulfed in despair and difficult times after suffering such an insurmountable personal loss, G again rose up above the pain and tragedy to conquer the odds. In 2006, at The Urban Media Film Festival Video Awards, G-Dinero displayed a soldier’s heart as he graciously won Best Independent Video for “Waiting Fa Ma Season”, directed by Gabriel Hart.
In January of 2011, 7 Star Fragrance proudly announced its new partnership with their new executive staff and VP of Operations. Recording artist, producer and writer G-Dinero, currently CEO of WNE Entertainment and Sr. VP, of TRU Records, partnered with 7 Star Fragrance to serve as its Vice President. In this lofty position, G along with his executive staff will be developing new business models and revenue streams in order for 7 Star Fragrance to operate with optimal efficiency. G-Dinero instituted his new division, “G Dinero Fragrance” as seen on www.gdinerofragrance.com. This division will be seeking artists, athletes, actors and actresses whom they feel best represent the fragrance company for product endorsements. This unique scent has the support of Shawty Lo, Randy Moss, Trina (Diamond & Princess Cologne founder) and C-Murder (Forever Tru Fragrance founder).
Playing an intricate role, though quietly behind the scenes, G-Dinero has worked with Corey “C-Murder” Miller (Percy “Master P” Miller’s sibling and former president of the now defunct No Limit Records). That’s only the tip of the iceberg. Cuttboy started Wanted Nationwide Ent. LLC, while joining forces with five time heavy weight champion Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield as an executive producer on Holyfield’s independent labels; East South Records & Real Deal Records between 2003 & 2007. This gave him an impressive look at his manager and partner Steven Johnson of Cocoas Ent, due to how he dealt with top executives and artists in his field. G has signed gifted artists such as 2meka Da Goddaughter from Da MuddyWaters, Lil’ Chris aka Ears, plus Saint and Virgo (formerly of So So Def) who released the hit single, “My Boo”. Cuttboy G-Dinero is featured on Asylum Records, C-Murder’s album “Screaming 4 Vengeance”; on the Southern classic titled “Cuttboys”.
Furthermore, G-Dinero was named by BET the Most Anticipated Artist of the Year and continued seeing his efforts come to fruition. He’s produced and guest appeared on the who’s who list of Rap and R&B records with such greats as Akon, C-Murder, BG, Bone, Bun B, Scarface, Eastside Boys, Pastor Troy, 2meka Da Goddaughter, Khia, Young Buck, JC Reigns and Virgo, formerly of the Ghostown Dj’s. Only a professional charisma and extraordinary networking skill set could’ve put G-Dinero in the unique position he’s in, being mentioned as the next big thing. In June 2010, Cuttboy’s video for the unofficial release of “Tilt Ya Hat” (feat. Pastor Troy). “Tilt Ya Hat” received over 455,000 votes straight for BET’s Ya Heard Award. Go to Bet.com and search G Dinero to see the video. Winning Artist of the Month has also provided him with great momentum into a prosperous future. This unmatched resolve puts him in a very special place amongst his constituents from New Orleans, namely Young Money & Cash Money. Lil’ Wayne and Birdman! It seems that those native New Orleans entrepreneurs know a little something about hit records and giving the consumers what they want, which adds up to big money.
Most recently, New Orleans’ #1 producer Cuttboy G-Dinero has produced the single “I’m Goin’ Off” by Alabama’s Huka, featuring 2Meka Diaz, Big Sam of Lil’ Jon’s Eastside Boyz and G-Dinero himself. Jay the Saint Smith, who’s featured on Cuttboy’s “Let Me Swang” and “I’m Waiting Fa’ Ma’ Seazon”, wrote the song “I Love You This Big” sang by 2011 American Idol winner Scotty McCreery. Presently, he’s working on his mix cd “Forever Tru To Da Streetz”. Can’t forget to mention Cuttboy’s valuable contribution with production on albums by his artist’s 2Meka Diaz and Earz. He’s producing an album for the Geto Boyz Willie D. He produced “Woedee” featuring 2Meka Diaz and Earz that will be on the late, great Pimp C’s next posthumous release. The wait is almost over! Cuttboy G-Dinero, with a book and movie to accompany his music catalogue, is coming soon! C-Murder Not Guilty! Free Corey “C-Murder” Miller! Forever Tru!