Diggy’s my nigga, I hate it had to be him. But Unexpected Arrival was dead on arrival. Run’s son showed great potential on his “Made You Look” debut but his first album fails to ignite. He stumbles out the gate on “Hello World”, loses our interest on “I Need To Know” and guest Jadakiss can’t save the painful “88.” Young Simmons asserts himself better on “Two Up” and “4 Letter Word” and even adds some singing in the mix. But […]
[kyte.tv appKey=MarbachViewerEmbedded&uri=channels/449330/1696971&tbid=316281&p=5296&height=350&width=540] Here we go again. After J.Cole threw a subliminal shot at Diggy in North Carolina, RUN’s baby boy returns fire with a new diss. The song begins at the 1:53 mark.
As a result of Pusha and Ye’s beat falling in to the backpack of Diggy Simmons, he decides take it for a ride while cruising the Big Apple. Jetsetters up.
Diggy Simmons is back on the mic and decides to bring some heat of his own over Meek Mill and Big Sean’s record.
Disapproving parents can’t even stop these two love birds. Creeping around, Diggy and his tender roni spend the final days together before her move. Unexpected Arrival is available
Diggy Simmons has more than enough reason to celebrate. Directed by Clifton Bell, he lives it up and puts the deuces in the air for his brand new video. His album Unexpected Arrival is in stores now. Sidebar: Behind The Scenes
The day after the unofficial release of Diggy’s old diss track toward J.Cole, he appeared on 99.1 KGGI in California and explained his motivation behind the record. Daniel says he was slighted by Jermaine’s alleged references to his sister, Vanessa. Hey, when worst come to worst, family comes first. nav