Diamond has seen the highs and lows of hip hop. By the time she was just a teenager, the Atlanta native hit it big with the runaway hit “Knuck If You Buck” with her group Crime Mob. A slew of singles followed, including "Rock Yo Hips” and “Stilettos,” but internal dissension led the rapper to embark out on her own.
She’s collaborated with a who’s who of hip hop, from Ludacris and Trina to Waka Flocka Flame (and even nabbed nominations for “Best Female Hip Hop Artist” at the 2011 and 2012 BET Awards), but it’s her personal life that has taken center stage. High-profile relationships with Scrappy and Soulja Boy have kept Diamond in the spotlight, but she wants to shift attention back onto her career. Nearly a decade after she entered the game, Diamond now preps for her major solo debut.
You know the name. You (think) you know her story. Meet Diamond.