Zo Dinero Releases New EP Album 'Bipolar'
[Jan 28, 2020]
The songwriter and producer of hip hop known as Zo Dinero has released his latest official EP album, “Bipolar.” The EP album has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry. Tightly focused, vibrantly performed, and deeply personal, “Bipolar” showcases Zo Dinero as one of Florida's most exciting new underground artists.
Tampa's Zo Dinero cites as main artistic influences only Soulja Boy and Agoff. Zo Dinero's own sound takes elements from both, but overall draws from the experiences and emotions of Dinero, himself, for its evocative pull.
Menafn.com picks out “Mama Say” as one of the standout singles on “Bipolar.” They write:
“[Zo Dinero's] newly released song 'Mama Say' is more than just another piece of musical endeavor put together with the elemental virtues of the art. It is one of the songs from his new Extended Play 'Bipolar' that ventures into the depth of the artist's mental and emotional pain but in the end, channelizes his struggles in a beautiful musical affair.”
Asked to describe the overall meaning of “Bipolar,” Zo Dinero writes, “I express my pain through my music. I grew up with friends dying left to right & I didnt have much at all growing up but my mom did the best she could.”
Daily MusicRoll says his “Lemonade (Remix)” single is a “hip-hop style explosion of the artist’s vocal and rap passion with a distinctively creative beat that builds its momentum brilliantly.”
YorkPedia's Albert Knapp also found much to love in the track, saying, “The Tampa rap artist has an unconventional way of delivering the verses that meticulously move from sounding hard to something fully intriguing. On his latest track, the artist’s voice totters between trap and real rap, but sounds smooth throughout, showing his grasp over the genre.”
Issuewire writes of Zo, “Through this composition, the fiercely talented artist has portrayed the struggle he has faced, the pain and negligence that made him a tough man.”
I struggled and got everything on my own. My mom didn't have much but did the best she could. I had friends along my journey but I lost them. It all happened so fast. I can't even explain the pain I feel, but I try my best through music.”
Not bad for a young artist who got his start “Playing instruments and sneaking into the studio.”
“Bipolar” by Zo Dinero is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, hip-hop fans.
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