Q: 1. What’s your name?
A: my name is Jose Rivera but I go by the name of Lucky Dinero. A lot of close friends call me lucky though.
Q: 2. Where are you from?
A: I was born and raised in Atlanta Georgia Gwinnett county Nawfside “. If you know you know !
Q: 3. How old are you?
A: I am 28 I was born on September 20, 1992 I’m a Virgo if anybody was wondering.
Q: 4 .When did you start making music
A: I started making music for as long as I can remember I was definitely in middle school when I first heard my voice on the karaoke machine then I invested in a guitar hero my laptop with a program called cool edit pro and went from there
Then upgraded to a home studio with ProTools until my computer froze and now I’m currently recording at a studio in Atlanta Georgia name next level sound.
Q: 5. How serious are you about your career?
A: I mean I’ve been making music for 11+ years if that ain’t serious I don’t know what a serious career is this its definitely my dream I can see myself doing this for the rest of my life and making money off it and living off it but it’s not all about the money of course it’s more of loving what I do and the feeling I get when I record.
Q: 6. Have you ever thought about quitting music?
A: to be honest at one point yes I feel like I was going nowhere with it and nobody was hearing me or supporting me but I still kept pushing and it made me where I’m at today it’s funny because when I wanted to work with a lot of local artists nobody wanted to give me a chance but now the tables have turned not saying anything bad I’m definitely humble but I just think it’s funny to me how things work life is funny and it’s own way people get hurt when they get their own medicine I guess it what I’m sayin.
Q: 7. Who inspires you the most?
A lot of music artist today inspire me specially my age but my family does fall into place especially friends around me but I can give you a list but the list won’t ever end so who don’t.
Q: 8.What got you into making music?
A: I remember every day after middle school 106 on Park will come on and I will see all the dope artist music videos on there and I was like I want to do that music is what I want to do for the rest of my life and then they went on from there started doing more research listening to more dope artist from old school to now and I just fell in love with it from there but I guess it sounds crazy but 106 and park. Can’t forget Rap City!
Q: 9.Who is your favorite producer?
A: I would have to say right now my favorite producer is 808 Mafia or Tay Keith they make dope production for sure but the list can go on a producers if you ask me.
Q: 10. What is one of your best songs/beats?
A: my biggest song up-to-date right now is one of my old songs that still gets plays but I would either have to say “4 A Long time” or “Mac One” right now I guess because they’re a little older.
Q: 11. Are you signed to a record or label?
A: no record label yet but if the money is right I definitely would like to sit at the table and talk but I’m really looking for a distribution or partnership to you at the moment so if anybody wants to reach out tap in let’s make history lol no kap I got what it takes .
Q: 12. Have you ever performed?
A: yes I perform any time there was a point where I was performing every weekend especially during the summer times and I’m grateful for the all the opportunities and venues that gave me a chance but I’m trying to get bigger shows now and bigger crowds is my goal at the moment .
Q: 13. Who would you most likely collaborate with?
A: shot honestly I wouldn’t want to collaborate with anybody from Outkast to Tory Lanez but for real anybody I’m open and down for any challenge plus I’m very versatile when it comes to music!
Q: 14. If you could open for any artist who would it be?
A: I will probably have to say Lil baby or Drake right now ! I’m sure it’s bound to happen one day though I’m just staying down till I come up and you know how the saying goes just patiently wait until it’s my turn to shine and I’m OK with that I’ve been laying low for this long so I can wait.
Q: 15. What’s next for you?
A: what’s next for me hmmm…? I would have to say just my upcoming projects i’m collaborations that I’m trying to get in motion and hopefully get a placement with my producing with a major artist I just want to get in the door so I can do what I want to do and just achieve it and go for it but I can see myself making movies I’m not a handsome guy out here but I can definitely act myself out but probably somewhere in Puerto Rico chilling hahaha so just follow me tap in on all social media‘s @itsLuckyDinero stay updated with my music and stay updated I’m telling you when my time comes it’s going to be major I’m next I feel it you saw it here first !