Posts Tagged: Diggy Simmons

Diggy Simmons

Diggy Disses J. Cole…Again

By Gotty™ | 70 Comments

There are two dog analogies that apply to the latest round of J.

Diss Songs

Did Diggy Simmons Just Diss J. Cole On “What You Say To Me”?

By Gotty™ | 43 Comments

Any music or material that makes its way online on April 1st always deserves a disclaimer suggesting everyone proceed with caution.

Diggy Simmons

Diggy Feat. Jadakiss – “88″ Video

By TC | 7 Comments

In 1988, Reverend Run released "Run's House" which would be the eventual moniker for his family sitcom which became the launching pad for Diggy's celebrity spotlight.

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Diggy Simmons Feat. Jeremih – “Do It Like You” Video

By J. Tinsley | 4 Comments

Remember that episode of Fresh Prince where Will and Ashley had the double date at the putt-putt golf course.

Atlantic Records

Diggy Simmons Feat. Jeremih – “Do It Like You”

By TC | 6 Comments

The game is littered with foreseeable collaborations these days but when there's a benefit for all parties involved, plenty good can come out from the setup.

Atlantic Records

Diggy Simmons – “Copy, Paste” Video

By TC | 38 Comments

Diggy and his team of ghostwriters already "borrowed" plenty of elements to create "Copy, Paste," so why not plagiarize the video concept on top of that.

Bun B

Band Camp Records & XXL Present Consequence – Movies On Demand 2

By TC | 5 Comments

It's about that time Consequence hits the silver screen again and since the popcorn has been buttered, curtain has been lifted and ushers are on foot patrol, the show can go on with Movies On Demand 2.

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Young Chris Feat. Eve, Black Thought, Money Malc, Fat Joe, Fred The Godson, Diggy Simmons, Jermaine Dupri & Game – “Philly Megamix”

By Gotty™ | 13 Comments

Young Chris' "Philly Sh*t" gets an extra large remix with the help of some Philly aggins and non-locals who get on the 215 tip to assist the homie.

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Diggy Simmons – “Digg Is Like”

By J. Tinsley | 13 Comments

Remember what happened the last time Young Digs got hold of a beat previously wrecked by Nasir.

Big Sean

The 2010 BET Hip-Hop Awards Cyphers

By TC | 59 Comments

It's the annual event we all love to hate to on. Rap stars of new and old all convene under the house of Black lampoonery to dispel our attention from something more conducive to human existence. But as arguably the biggest nucleus that promotes most of the happenings of our beloved culture, the love side of the relationship with BET shoots to the forefront as they do give those that deserve it a bit of shine, even if comes courtesy of a generic environment. Contrived freestyles are NOT Hip-Hop as we'd like to represent it but still giving an avenue for artists to ride through the mainstream is worth overlooking such petty gripes. Premier on the 1's & 2's. Let's go! Cypher #1: a.k.a. The True Heads (Feat. Wiz Khalifa, Bones Brigante, Yelawolf & Raekwon) While the placement of the lesser known Bones Brigante screams of a good manager/label relationship that will inconspicuously breed a new contract in the near future, homie had the most to prove and he followed through with a memorable performance that should garner new fans. Wiz and Yela both displayed why they're amongst the hottest in the game and Rae showed utmost class by cutting his vocals short to eulogize Inspectah Deck's dearly departed mother. Wu-Tang forever, baby. Cypher #2: a.k.a. The Regional Outcasts (Feat. Tyga, Kuniva, Diamond & Royce Da 5’9") When's the last time you seen a rapper from Detroit other than Eminem on BET? No, I won't wait. Even when he blows, Royce will always be one-hit away for the back credit he's undeservedly owed and he makes the most of his time as moderator/champ MC. Tyga been had bars and Kuniva reps for D-12. Sadly, Diamond's flow could use a bit of Massengill®. Performance was a little dry. Cypher #3: a.k.a. The Family Affair (Feat. OMG, Doughboy, Ice Cube, Diggy, JoJo & Rev Run) It was a battle of East & West, the Jacksons & Simmons but hometraining as well. The Cube Clan's verses had more censors than a screening of House Party on primetime TV while the occupants at Run's house knew they'd get a spanking in the dressing room if a four-letter word slipped out. Quiet as kept, on the lowskey-woahskey, Jojo had the smoothest performance. *drops mic* "Rosewood! We can see out with our eyes closed..." Cypher #4: a.k.a. The Rhyme Without A Reason (Feat. Reek Da Villian, Zawcain, Mickey Factz & Busta Rhymes) For the record, everybody ripped it with tenacity and precision. However, none of the performances could move a feather in a wind storm. It highlights the perils East Coast Hip-Hop faces in present day. Rappers rely on appearance and (ugh!) swag to entertain instead of letting their lyrics do just that. And when have you ever known Busta Rhymes to pass on an alley-oop of a simple kick-n-snare to get busy? Yep.





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