Synopsis by Nathan Southern
When he hit the charts (and airwaves) in 2002 with his Cuban Connection EP E Bola!, and -- one year later -- made the bold leap to Universal Latino with the September 30, 2003, issue of Don Dinero and the Revolu All-Stars, Don Dinero set a historical precedent, becoming the first major Spanish-speaking Latino rap/hip-hop artist to perform for Hispanic-Americans on a major commercial record label. One EP later, six of Dinero's music videos appear back-to-back in the home release Don Dinero: Don Dinero Best Videos. Included are "Arte de la Calle," "Pana Pana," "Arte de la Calle Remix," and "Desahogo del Alma" (all featuring Domingo) , as well as the rapper going solo on "Si No Hay Pa'Mi No Hay Pa'Ti" and "Yo No Se." As an added bonus, this release features 20 minutes of Dinero performing live in concert.