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#Musicmoney meets Chicago actor, director, rapper, retired boxer and screenwriter @DINOWELLS

#Musicmoney meets Chicago actor, director, rapper, retired boxer and screenwriter @DINOWELLS for his new track They Do Like To Fight

Smoove$in is a Chicago native that reinvented himself through music at 50 years of age. Inspired by his brothers Lord Ecstasy and Draz, also cousins King Dane and Fnitty504. Smoove$in has been in entertainment a little over 20 years as Dino Wells working as an actor, PA, unsung writer, and stunts. Smoove$in also produces music under his alter-ego Dr. Trackenstein. Smoove's mission is to bring his generation great stories through hip-hop and also bridging the gap with the next gen hiphop fans.

Where are you from?

Chicago, Ill

Describe your sound:

A bit of ole school hip-hop vibe with an eclectic taste.

Tell us about your latest track:

They Do Like To Fight released on the 28th it's a possible anthem. My newest single releases on April 12th called She's long gone.

Who inspires you?

My brother Jason Lord Ecstasy

Where do you see your career in 5 years?

Doing better than I did the last 20 years.

Where can we check out your sounds?

Spotify, Tidal, etc. Sm00v3$1n is my rap name. Which means SmooveSin.

Tell us something about yourself that people need to know.

I am a filmmaker, retired boxer and star of When the Bell Rings which you can find on Amazon Prime.

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