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Q: What are your thoughts on the current representation of southern hip-hop?

A: “A lot of times people get southern emcees pigeonholed”

K-Diamondz – during an exclusive interview with Datzhott.com

In this recent phone interview, Dallas bred emcee K-DIAMONDZ, talks about how importance it is for the urban community to have better diversity in ways to make money besides selling drugs or doing crimes. The rapper also gives his thoughts about the current representation of southern hip-hop.

After listening to the above interview, check below for the latest songs music video by K-Diamondz.

Audio Interview Click the link below:
- Datzhott.com


Ridin n Shinin
Diamondz Shinin
The Money Train
Take It High
Table Dance
She Choosin
Thatz a Bet



K-Diamondz is a man who has packed a lot of living into his young life. A dynamic young man with a dream, K-Diamondz has proven that he has the passion and ambition to make all of his dreams come true. His exceptional drive took him out of Pine Bluff, Arkansas and his unique talent has taken him from the streets of Dallas, Texas to The House of Blues in LA.

K-Diamondz is currently managing and recording for his own label, Street Pop Records. Free-styling in high school, he was skillfully mixing tapes by college. Delivering pizzas while in college was the beginning of his education in marketing. It was while in college that he began developing his promotional expertise and distribution skills. He was hustling, throwing parties and taking care of business in between his studies. Eventually K-Diamondz took a few classes that gave him access to a studio. He took advantage of that great opportunity and worked it into his own radio show called "Street Radio". After graduating, he interned for TVT Records. The enterprising young man certainly has paid his dues in the record business, from the inside out.

Realizing that Arkansas wasn't exactly a rap Mecca, shortly after graduating from college, K-Diamondz left Pine Bluff and struck out for Dallas, Texas where he scored with the underground classic "Let Me In." Then he headed straight for Los Angeles where you could have found him standing outside of Interscope Records holding a sign that said, "Will Rap 4 Food". He rapped for more than one slice of pizza back then but before long he was working with the likes of Dieon Evans, Tupac's original producer, and Phunk Dawg.

K-Diamondz music has been referred to as "a breath of fresh air…instead of the same old crap that's been recycled and repackaged over and over in hooks." The energy he displays on stage is electrifying and the passion in his lyrics is truly refreshing. K-Diamondz has a distinctive new style with a message. In his fourth CD, Money Train, the message is that there's nothing wrong with wanting cash but that you can get it without selling dope. Audiences are captivated by his new wave sound before they realize that K-Diamondz cares enough about them to create lyrics that truly inspire.

K-Diamondz has gone further than most artists could ever hope to go and the man is not one to sit back and rest on his laurels. Nothing has slowed him down yet and the success he has achieved while learning is just the beginning. Fans lucky enough to see K-Diamondz perform understand the contagious energy that the man spreads around the room as he moves around the stage. You can't walk away from K-Diamondz without feeling that you have just met a talented and driven artist whose star is quickly rising. So be sure to look for much more from K-Diamondz as he continues to evolve, as a man and as an artist.

Currently K-Diamondz is living in Atlanta, GA and is working on a mixtape Edward Swisher Hands Volume 1 and promoting his new single Marilyn. In addition, he is creating a new sound with Dallas based producer Mitrxxx the Mad Scientist and will be releasing an album this fall.