Kwano "Tha Business Don" Sincere

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Rap - Hip Hop | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Member Since: 2009
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Kwano "Tha Business Don" Sincere

Name: Demetrius Mims

Pseudonym: Kwano "Tha Business Don" Sincere

DJ Name: Tha Original Dj Eddie Kane Sr. Of Radio

Age: Time has no destiny

From: Philadelphia, Pa (West Oak Lane and North Philly)

Occupation: Entrepreneur, Artist, DJ, and Producer

Ambition: Building an Empire and Give Back

Interest: honor, honesty, loyalty, family, good business, music, reading, writing books, and sports


Kwano Sincere humble beginnings started in a Philadelphia section called West Oak Lane. Kwano fell in love with the culture of hip hop after meeting the legendary DJ by the name of Lightin' Rich From Philly. Lightin' Rich showed Kwano the basic art form on how to be a Dj. Kwano was so amazed he ran home to ask his parents for a mixer and two turntables. That wish was granted and another Philly basement DJ was born. Then hip hop started to focus on the master of ceremony (The MC). So Kwano started writing rhymes. It was Rakim who inspired him the most outside of Grand So ( Lightin' Rich's MC ). Kwano then started recording demos to send out to major record labels but the politics of the industry forced him to become an entrepreneur. So in 1999, Kwano decided to Incorporate " Black Family Records Music Group, Inc." and run his own record company. Then in 2000, Kwano released an album called "Tha Sacrifice, Tha Pain, and Tha Glory" which sold over 600 copies out the trunk as an independent label. Then Kwano pulled the album because the other artist on the album left for so-call better offers from other industry voices. By accepting the lost like a true entrepreneur Kwano started a newsletter called "Universal Culture" in 2002. While doing interviews for the first issue he met Mc. Delite from The legendary group "Stetsaonic". After the interview with Mc. Delite. MC. Delite embraced Kwano's ambition and took him under his wing for his new record label called "D&D Rhythm Records". Kwano worked for D&D Rhythm Records as head of street promotions from Maryland to South Jersey and Urban Mix show coordinator. During that time Kwano helped D&D Rhythm Records Promote a single called "Tellin' Me Lies" by F-Dot aka Frank Lucas Jr. that received airplay on 300 college radio stations across the country (Canada & USA). That single hit the Insomniac Magazine charts at number FIVE IN THE COUNTRY. That was a major high in Kwano's career because he was part of the D&D Rhythm Records machine and he added new information to his game (Thanks to Mc. Delite and Debbie). F-dot was released from D&D Rhythm Records putting Kwano's destiny back in his own hands. So Kwano moved from Delaware back home to Philly to regroup and that he did. He started a radio show called "Tha corporate don Urban radio show" that was on 1360AM coming out of South New Jersey. In 2006-08, Kwano promoted shows, promoted artist, and produced music for various artist in the Tri-State area. Kwano "Tha Business Don" Sincere will be releasing universal good music, producing music for other artist, writing novels, and writing movie scripts.