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By The K-Love Show, Sep 3 2020 03:34AM

Like a jewel handpicked from the chocolate swamps of the Dirty South, hails the Goddaughter from the Muddy Waters of New Orleans 2Meka Diaz aka Meka Montana of WNMG/TRU Records. No stranger to the music industry, 2Meka is a protégé of former Master P’s No Limit Records and TRU Records general Corey “C-Murder” Miller. Although C-Murder has been incarcerated for a wrongful conviction since 2002, he continues to have a powerful influence in the music industry. He recently passed the torch to his long-time friend Cuttboy G-Dinero by naming him President of TRU Records.

In an industry that is now heavily dominated by beautiful vixens, Meka found a way to claim her own lane with the single B.M.S (Bang My Sh**) which she describes as “a record that just took off.” “COVID-19 got alotta musicians in the studio. I had decided to focus strictly on activism, criminal justice reform, acting, and branding my voice tags and voiceovers.

We have lost so many friends and family to COVID, the world as we once knew it is forever changed. Like so many musicians, we ended up back in the studio doing what we always loved doing….making music.

I was downstairs and heard G-Dinero putting the track together…I heard it and ran in the studio and started rapping a few lines. G was like ‘let’s drop it now.’ We recorded the song in one session, got it mixed and mastered, and sent it to a few DJs. A team of Coalition DJs was the first music professionals to hear it and I got rave reviews from male and female DJs.

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By The K-Love Show, Aug 24 2018 11:34PM

In 2005, shortly after his release, G-Dinero relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. While in Atlanta, he immediately gained recognition on Atlanta’s top radio stations, V103 and Hot 107.9, with songs like “In My State” featuring DSGB. Another G-Dinero dirty south classic is “That’s Gangsta Dogg” featuring Bun B (UGK). Within that same year, life abruptly changed for G-Dinero. Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and members of his family perished, followed three months later by the death of his sister. Whoever said, “when it rains it pours” wasn’t joking. Engulfed in despair and difficult times after suffering such an insurmountable personal loss, G again rose up above the pain and tragedy to conquer the odds. In 2006, at The Urban Media Film Festival Video Awards, G-Dinero displayed a soldier’s heart as he graciously won Best Independent Video for “Waiting Fa Ma Season”, directed by Gabriel Hart.