Kash Diggity
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Kash Diggity

Band Hip Hop R&B


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The best kept secret in music


"Songs Revealed 2007"

Oshawa, Ontario – The winners of the 2007 Songs Revealed song writing contest and showcase were determined on Friday, April 13 at Durham College. The first year Music Business Management students planned and hosted this annual event as part of their curriculum.

The top three winners are as follows:
Ava came in third place receiving $100 cash from ole, and a subscription to Performing Songwriter Magazine. In second place was Ka$h Diggity, winning $100 from ole and an Epiphone Masterbilt guitar, provided by sponsor Gibson Guitars. Finally, Andrew C. Shedden came in first place, winning $100 cash from ole, eight hours of studio recording time from Voodoo Recordings, a delegate pass to attend North by Northeast (NXNE), a one year membership with the Songwriters Association of Canada, a photo shoot by Alex Kolar, an appearance on Rogers Day Time, and $50 from Long and McQuade.
- Durham College


80s Babys - 416 EP
80s Babys - Big Business Card LP
Luminous - Born 2 Shine LP
Infamous Soundcrew & Kash Diggity Presents: I Can Get Away With It
Kash Diggity presents: G.T.A. All Day


Feeling a bit camera shy


"It doesnt sound Canadian..."
The first words one would say after listening to Kash Diggity's music. In actuality, this is what sets Kash apart from his peers in the local music scene. Influenced by the South's early crunk music, Kash has been able to transfer this expression into a "Timeless" display of talent one can only hear and see to believe!

In April 2007 Durham College held it annual ‘Songs Revealed’ competition. This local event attracts musicians from all over Toronto and provides a showcase for up and coming talent. Amidst an array of folk singers, Kash Diggity was the only Hip Hop artist to enter the competition and take the runner-up title. Never one to shy away from adversity, his lyrical style and energetic stage presence made an impression on the judges.