“There’s nothing worse in life than a waste of talent.” – Robert De Niro “A BronxTale”
When Singer, Songwriter and Producer Pauly Dinero was asked for a quote that he lives by, he immediately paraphrased a quote by Robert De Niro from the classic movie “A Bronx Tale”. Staying true to that quote Pauly refuses to waste his talent.
Hailing from Newark, Delaware, Pauly has a story of his own. He has had his share of ups and downs with family, friends and the industry. Through it all Pauly has remained consistent no matter the obstacle. He is the true definition of the term turning lemons to lemon aide.
At an early age he was forced to deal with the topic of mental health when he and his sister were removed from their mothers care due to her battle with Bipolar Schizophrenia disorder. In addition to that he was placed in the care of his father that in turn displayed abusive behavior towards him and his sister. As a result he was forced to mature fast. However, he did not let that get the best of him. As years progressed Pauly began to write about his issues, which he found therapeutic. He took his life struggles as well as its success and put pen to pad creating some of the most life changing, thought provoking and feel good music.
Known for being lyrically versatile with impeccable delivery and energy that would make any music lover an instant fan, he began to perform around the city. As time progressed he began to make a name for himself and built a solid and very supportive fan base across the tristate area. Since then he has won 5 philly song battles, performed on stages with artists such as Future, Yo Gotti, Meek Mill, Cardi B, Migos and French Montana to name a few. Additionally, he won Power House 2017 Philly with over 20k votes and has sold out multiple shows as a headliner.
He has recently inked a management deal with Kings Lifestyle Entertainment. When asked how he felt about deal he smiled charismatically and stated “There’s nowhere to go but up.”
His forth coming project yet to be titled will not only display his lyrical ability, but allow you to see how he has evolved as an artist and individual.