Diggy’s take on Kanye & Pusha Ton’s collab.
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Diggy mentions J. Cole and first week sales over the Meek Mill and Big Sean banger.
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Jermaine checked into DJ Drama’s Atlanta radio show for some Q&A on his situation with Diggy, the Club Paradise Tour, Kendrick Lamar, and his upcoming sophomore album.
Diggy checked into 99.1 KGGI to speak on his recently leaked J. Cole diss record implying that he simply did it to stand up for his sister after what Cole had rapped on 2010′s Purple Rain. Diggy also confirmed that the track was recorded over a year ago. Props to XclusivesZone.
Diggy’s debut album Unexpected Arrival arrives Tuesday (March 20) and Atlantic Records is streaming the album in its entirety before you can buy it. The 12-track LP features Jadakiss, Tank, and Jeremih with production from Da Internz, Happy Perez, Pop & Oak, and D’Mile. Listen to the full LP after the jump.
Directed by Phil the God
Just 24 hours ago, Diggy dropped off the Jadakiss-assisted “’88” from his forthcoming debut album Unexpected Arrival and here goes the official video. The LP hits store shelves March 20.
It’s party time as BET’S 106 & Party rings in the New Year with live unforgettable performances from everybody’s favorite rappers, Young Jeezy, Meek Mill, Wale, Yelawolf and more of today’s top draft picks. Check out more performances after the jump.
Diggy is the next up to get the Atlantic-driven/Bruno Mars-assisted single treatment (which was originally intended for that rapper guy that continues to wrongly blame me for leaking his music). Look for this to be all over the radio waves soon enough. Spotted at OnSMASH.
In the first of three installments of XXL‘s Freshman Class Cypher, YG, Mac Miller, Diggy Simmons and Lil Twist kick lines while DJ Kast One is on the 1s and 2s.
So umm… why couldn’t they have done this with one of the better classes? #justsaying