Reeling from a painful breakup, rapper Iann Dior began writing songs to express his emotional pain, and was surprised by the positive reception they received when he posted them online. From those unassuming beginnings, he quickly made connections and amassed a huge fan base for his emo-rap songs with enough pop elements to win over mainstream audiences. Early singles led to the mixtape Nothings Ever Good Enough. He was just 17 when he began dabbling with music, working under quickly abandoned pseudonyms like Olmo and Lil Rock. He started making songs about heartbreak, sex, and self-medication under the Iann Dior moniker, emerging in early with the song "cutthroat. From there, things happened quickly for Dior, as he signed a deal with TenThousand Projects, the same label that served as a home to other popular rappers like 6ix9ine and Trippie Redd. His debut mixtape, Nothings Ever Good Enough, arrived in April , and tracks from the project were streamed in the millions. As the year went on, he released the single "Gone Girl" featuring a cameo from labelmate Trippie Redd as well as the lovestruck "What Is Real. The album featured cameo appearances from Phem and Travis Barker. A barrage of singles arrived in the first half of , including "Good Day" and the Lil Baby-assisted "Prospect.
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Dior originally started making music under the mononym Olmo. He quickly gained popularity upon releasing tracks such as "Emotions", which gained hundreds of thousands of plays on SoundCloud within a few weeks. Dior's songs continued to grow attention thereafter, and he signed a record deal with Internet Money Records, TenThousand Projects and Caroline Records. Just a few months later, he released his most well-known single "Gone Girl", featuring Trippie Redd , which has received over million plays on Spotify. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Puerto Rican rapper. Internet Money 10k Caroline. March 11, Retrieved May 29,
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