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Greg DiNero Teases New record “SWEAT” (Featuring Kevin Darbo & Joah Versacci) Set to drop July 20th

Following the buzz around the unreleased NBA Young Boy record “With Me Or Not” a record that has the Never Broke Again fan base on the edge of their seat, Tri-State DJ/Producer Greg DiNero has been teasing a new record entitled “Sweat” across all social Media Platforms. The track features two other Tri-State artists, Kevin Darbo and Joah Versacci. This will be Greg DiNeros first personal project in over 4 Years.

Greg DiNero has had hip hop community in a frenzy for the past couple of weeks. Greg DiNero’s talent for creating hit beats caught the attention of one of hip hop’s most iconic rappers, NBA YoungBoy. One Of Greg DiNero’s beats landed in his studio in late 2019 and a record was cut. Little did Greg know that very record would become the talk of fans worldwide in 2022 . A snippet of the song, “With Me Or Not” found its way to YouTube with YoungBoy himself rapping along. Fans have been unable to contain the excitement for what many are labeling their favorite unreleased NBA YoungBoy track.
Since the release of the snippet, Greg has been working hard in the studio and late last week released a preview of the new record “SWEAT”. We spoke to DiNero regarding the release, he said: “I am just getting tired of waiting for placements to go through and other artists taking forever to release these records. I just want to put some of my own stuff out and see what happens” We previewed the record. It is packed with amazing vibes, over the top production and writing and will certainly turn any party up. For updates on “Sweat” and to stay up to date with Greg DiNero follow him on Social Media And Spotify bellow:



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