Every once in a while, the conveyer belt of talent churns out something innovative, and authentic. Diamond The Body is a multi-talented rapper, and entrepreneur who stumbled upon a career in Hip hop simply by expressing herself. An exotic dancer turned writer turned rapper, the enigmatic queen fully embraces the allure of her enticing body and embraces the freedom of female sexuality and power.
Although influenced mainly by the immovable Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, Diamond is positively unique, raw, unfiltered, and extremely talented. Having found the passion to pursue music, Diamond The Body is proving to be unstoppable as she is currently charting on iTunes and, as a believer in consistency and hard work, she is churning out collaborations and world class productions that truly reflect her authentic self. Diamond The Body will have a profound effect on the industry with her multifaceted approach to music.
Diamond can be edgy and real which connects with audiences on a deeper level that not only entertains but also gives them a voice. Her sound is constantly evolving and exhibits not only her versatility and musical prowess but will surely pave the way for more women in Hip Hop. Diamond The Body is taking charge of the music industry by charting #21 on iTunes and #2 on Amazon. Diamond The Body is ready to change the status quo of the industry and show that she’s the total package that’s poised to take over!
You can check out her exclusive interview with Rude Girl Radio on Saturday at 1:30pm ET.
It’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for. The ones that couldn’t care less about attention, but always seem to be the center of it all.
“I didn’t ask for any of this,” says AAP Deno in reference to his current come up within the music industry. “Everybody just always said I looked like a rapper, and made moves like a rapper, when really I was just being me, A.A.P, About A Profit.”
Even through his conversations, his nonchalance makes the loudest statement.
“l’m not trying to be the flashiest. I can honestly give a f-‘ck less. I just want the people to know life is a constant journey, and it’s all about the choices you make. Everything you see me with, is based upon a choice I n1ade. It’s that simple,” says the 24 year old.
Growing up with both parents in Arlington, Texas, yet in separate households, Deno experienced both sides of the playing field as his dad was forced to teach him the ins and outs of the street life.
It was these lessons that fueled Deno’s hustle, eventually leading him to bet on himself and make a move to Los Angeles. Within his first two weeks of living in California, his willingness to risk it all for the bigger picture attracted the CEO of Birdvision Entertainment, who signed Deno soon after.
“I have a lot of stories to tell,” says Deno, “and the difference between me and others is- they’re not stories. They’re my real life experiences.”
His life experiences are what have contributed to the moniker “Superdave”, The Hood Role Model, which is also the title of Deno’s upcoming debut. “I want my music to inspire people. I want the listeners to understand no circumstance is permanent. It’s all about what you do with what you’re dealt”, says Deno.
The release of his freshman single “For tha Birds,” a hard-hitting dance floor bop that features a smooth, but high energy track coupled with Deno’s confident flow has caught the attention of fans and record execs alike. His versatile, yet distinct style helps to ensure his destiny as a superstar. After listening to his music, one will see that Deno has a much bigger purpose than the average artist. He’s vividly painting pictures, not only allowing the listener to hear where he’s coming from, but literally see and feel where he’s coming from. It’s more than just music that he’s creating. It’s a legacy.
Catch AAP Deno on Rude Girl Radio at 1pm ET on the Rude Girl Radio app.