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GenresHip Hop, Rap
LocationLouisville KY United States
Sounds Likehip hop
HistoryMember since: 11/18/2014 Year Founded: 2000
- Original material: 23 hrs : 45 min
- Cover material: 23 hrs : 45 min
- CDs released: 10
- CDs sold: 10000
- Original Songs: 80
- Average Draw: 2,500
- Largest crowd: 5,000
- Have sound: Full PA
Leonard Gwinn III, a product of Mobile, Alabama’s most notorious housing projects “Josephine Allen” better known to most in the south as “Happy Hill”, became inspired to write about the crime and drug infested happenings within his community in poetic fashion. Adopting the name Dirty Carleone (from the God Father), feeling that he was then a true essence of a “BOSS”, Dirty felt the need to challenge his life instead of a life on the streets, he turned to the United States Marine Corps. After life in the Corps, Dirty Carleone, hustled his way into the industry, creating a well respected company in the south, Strapp’d Ent., begun to film the movie “By any Means “which debuted in local theaters, thus becoming extremely popular within the underground film festivals.
He pledges not to fall victim to the mainstream artist, selling out there up brining; pledging “Entertainment is Entertainment, if I can put my hands on it and make a positive impact, my goal is to make the branding efforts the best that my ability can muster”.
Dirty Carleone quotes, “If I keep it positive, productive and 600 with myself then I will succeed in life“.