On July 2, six months after his album ” Stamina ” , Dinos unveiled to his audience a new opus called ” Stamina , memento ”. A project very well received by its community and on which we found a connection with the Brussels rapper Damso. Called “ hard to tell you ”, this song has just passed the 15,000,000 equivalent stream mark.
A new success for Dinos
Dinos is considered by many to be one of the best rappers of the new generation. Present on the French rap scene for only a few years, he has been adopted by the public thanks to his effective songs and his very deep lyrics . To his credit, the rapper from Cameroon has three albums , including “ Imany ”, released in April 2018, “ Taciturne ”, released in November 2019 and “ Stamina ”, unveiled in November 2020, then its reissue in July 2021.
A reissue entitled ” Stamina, memento ” which had been greatly appreciated by the public. And for good reason, the titles and quality collaborations it contains such as ‘ ‘ Du mal à te dire ” featuring with Damso. A clipped track unveiled two weeks after the release of the album. On this track, the two rappers told us about their disappointments in love and also spoke of the complexity of the man / woman relationship. A message that was delivered with very deep and well structured lyrics distilled by Dinos and Damso. In addition, the piece was illustrated by a clean, glamorous and tailor-made visual. And that’s what won over the public.
Today, “ Du mal à te dire” has been listened to and re-listened to more than 15,000,000 times, which allows it to obtain a gold certification . A new gratuity which confirms the rise of Dinos in the French musical landscape.
Dinos: soon back with a new project?
Dinos has been in great shape lately. He notably unveiled several quality clips , but also made some great collaborations . But determined to climb to the top, the interpreter of “ N’tiekar ” announces an imminent return. Indeed, a few days ago, the rapper teased on social networks an extract of an upcoming song . In this short sequence, he shares a few verses with poignant rhymes set on a melancholy instrumental.
Could it be a next title? Is it a collaboration? Is Dinos preparing another album? We can only wait to find out.