Diamond enjoyed the sweet taste of success at age 14 with her former crew, Crime Mob, whose track “Knuck If You Buck” went platinum in 2004. Signed to King Of Crunk mentor Lil Jon's label BME, the group's success continued with the singles "Rock Yo Hips" ft Lil Scrappy and “Stilettoes." Since leaving Crime Mob in 2007 to strike out on her own, she has worked with hip hop luminaries such as Ludacris, Trina, Eve, Waka Flocka Flame and Gucci Mane. Her singles “Lotta Money” and “Loose Screws” left enough of an impression to make her a nominee for “Best Female Hip Hop Artist” at the 2011 and 2012 BET Awards. In 2014, she signed to Polo Grounds Music joining a roster that includes Pitbull & A$AP Rocky, and with the release of her debut solo album this year, Diamond hopes to climb back to the top of the charts, a decade after Crime Mob made waves in the hip hop scene.
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Sisterhood of Hip Hop Bonus 106: The Breakfast Club
Diamond tries to clear the air of rumors about Soulja Boy.
Icons Web Series 105: Soulja Boy Visits Diamond
Soulja Boy encourages Diamond. It's about time she released a solo album!
Sisterhood of Hip Hop Preview 106: Image
Diamond is faced with the aftermath of her encounter with ex-boyfriend, Soulja Boy. Siya is forced to get in touch with her feminine side, and ghosts from Nyemiah’s past threaten her future stardom.
Sisterhood of Hip Hop Bonus 105: Eye Contact
Bia, Brianna, and Diamond talk about their presences on stage.
Sisterhood of Hip Hop Sneak Peek 106: Don't Go Back
Eve gives Diamond some advice on how to handle the situation with Soulja Boy.
Sisterhood of Hip Hop Sneak Peek 105: Soulja Boy's Back
The girls are in Miami and Soulja Boy shows up, much to the disappointment of Diamond's manager.