Here is the latest entry in our partnership with COLORS BERLIN, an online music channel that aims to break down the barriers of the musical landscape. ALL COLORS NO GENRES is their main mission – from hip-hop to indie, electronica, R&B and pop, COLORS BERLIN allows artists to present themselves and their work in a contemporary way. We’ve teamed up with them on a series of video shorts in which artists are invited to perform one of their own tracks in the COLORS studio.

This is far from Dillon Cooper's first rodeo. Not only is he a classically-trained musician who just happens to be a fearsomely talented rapper, but we mean this is literally not his first rodeo. Cooper has popped up in the COLORS Berlin studio before, and anyone who saw that performance knows that he can effectively tear this shit up.

This time around, Cooper has chosen to share the track "Dinero (Get to the Money)", a song that should explain its meaning quite clearly. Released as a standalone single, no word yet on where the track is destined to appear, though it seems safe to say that it will continue to pop up on any "hard af hip-hop" playlists you're storing on one device or another.

Keep up to Dillon Cooper on his SoundCloud and stay tuned for more.

Be sure to check out our previous entry in the COLORS Berlin series with Crave Moore right here.

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