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Diggy Simmons Vows To Keep His Music Profanity Free

Rev. Run’s young son has been making a name for himself over the past two years as a rapper. However, with his career gaining traction, Diggy Simmons plans to take a different route when it comes to his music. He wants to keep his lyrics clean, and free of profanity. In an interview with DC’s 93.9 WKYS radio station, Diggy explained his choice of words in music affect his family, and he doesn’t want to offend his parents. “When people hear me say certain types of things, they say, I wonder what Rev would think,” said the young rapper. “I wouldn’t say anything…
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Chivalrous Culture Drops Derek Jeter-Inspired Sneaker Honoring His 3,000th Hit

In honor of Derek Jeter’s 3000th hit, Diggy Simmons’ Chivalrous Culture brand has dropped a sneaker/tee release called the Hamachi 3000, which boasts the New York Yankee’s navy and white colors. “Whether on the field or on the streets, the Chivalrous Culture crew maintains that one’s personal taste should boast a smooth, fresh look at all times,” a rep for the brand said. The Hamachi 3000 is a new high-top style from Chivalrous Culture, featuring a sleek suede upper, steel tipped wax laces, and upgraded cushioning in the sole…
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Diggy Simmons: Copy, Paste (Music Video)

Rev Run’s 16-year-old son, Diggy Simmons, continues to make an impact on the hip-hop world, following his signing to Atlantic Records last March. After a slew of track leaks, the young rapper drops the music video to his official debut single, “Copy, Paste.” In the Phil the God-directed video, Diggy is wired up in a scientist’s lab, as technicians try to clone his legendary DNA in an attempt to create “copy and paste” him. Diggy shows off his rhymes, and even a little dancing skills throughout the clip. The rapper continues to work on his debut album…
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Lil B, Yelawolf, Kendrick Lamar Among XXL’s 2011 Freshman Class

Over the last few years, XXL’s “Freshman Class” as become a list to watch for among hip-hop fans. The highly anticipated 2011 grads have finally been revealed. Usually, it’s 10, but this year the long-running mag chose 11. Although the cover leaked nearly a month ago, the official list was just this week. The 11 rappers XXL thinks you should watch are: Lil Twist, CyHi Da Prynce, Big K.R.I.T., Meek Mill, Diggy Simmons…
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