Diamond has already accomplished so much at such a young age. She first garnered national attention in 2004 with the group, Crime Mob and their single, “Knuck If You Buck,” landed on the Billboard Hot 100 and received platinum status. With single hits like, “Rock Yo Hips and sophomore album, “Hated On Mostly” – Crime Mob grew in popularity. In November 2007, Diamond pursued a solo career that allowed her to create her own mark and unleash a new incredible MC. In 2010, she appeared on the remix version of “My Chick Bad,” a Ludacris single alongside Trina and Eve. She built relationships with other female and male rap artists in the industry and in the summer of 2010, she released her debut single, “Lotta Money,” the video was graced by Gucci Mane and Young Joc. She later released, “Hit Dat” featuring Waka Flocka. In 2011, Diamond was nominated for Best Female Hip Hop Artist at the BET Awards. In 2012, Diamond was nominated again, this time for Best Female Hip Hop Artist for the BET Awards. Diamond is currently releasing her newest masterpieces: “Trap Girl Rollie,” “Purple Phases and her newest single: “Gloss Up” under Polo Grounds Music/RCA.  Recently, this queen of hip-hop has partnered with Chris Larceny for his independent series, “The Lick” and starred in the film, “Mississippi Blues” along with Hawthorne James and Thomas Mikal Ford. Diamond continues the hard work necessary to make her mark on entertainment with her musical passion and her love for acting. In her words, ‘I stay inspired!’