How does it feel being the only Puerto Rican affiliated with Wu-Tang?
That question can only be answered through the life of Napalm Recording Artists\' Killarmy member, now solo artist, Dom Pachino a.k.a. The P.R. Terrorist. Growing up in a strictly musical background, his father was a partner in crime with the doo-wop group The Lyman\'s, PaChino always wanted to deal with music. He says \"Coming from a family base in music, I had no alternative because that\'s all I knew.\" Born uptown Manhattan and later moving to Shaolin\'s Stapleton Projects, Pachino was trying to get signed at the tender age of nine years old.
During that period he ultimately became best friends with RZA\'S brother 9th Prince, who would later form the group killarmy which released three albums, two through Priority Records, and one through Loud Records which collectively sold over half a million records nationally. The first album hit the top ten on the billboard charts. PaChino was also featured on gold albums such as RZA as Bobby Digital and the Swarm Compilation. In 2002 PaChino established an independent record company called Napalm Recordings, which he released its first project Tera Iz Him which sold 20,000 copies, followed by his new LP titled Unreleased. He also just completed an international tour headlining venues in South America, Europe and Africa. Always striving for perfection, PaChino also wants to explore the world of acting, which rappers like Will Smith, DMX, and LL Cool J are presently involved in. He appeared on nationwide programs Comedy Central, and the Gary Shandling Show. With a short straight to video street epic in production titled Spoiled Milk, written, directed, and starring himself, and a documentary in the works.
Now venturing out as a solo artist, and producer, PaChino\'s album will combine salsa, alternative, and grimy hip hop beats which will have the audiences bopping their heads like a contagious sneeze in the cold season. Representing his Puerto Rican people, Dom PaChino is ready to prove himself to the world.