Diggy Simmons

Oct
23
New Music: Diggy Simmons – ‘Chillin”

Diggy Simmons

Just days after dropping “Honestly,” Diggy Simmons leaks another new track for his Jetsetters. On “Chillin’” (which comes with a shirtless Diggy on the artwork), he puts it down for the ladies with his vocal chops and debonair ways, and even offers to get a little freaky.

“I don’t see no wrong if you wanna use your tongue,” sings the 19-year-old heartthrob.

Diggy also revealed that he is working on an EP and plans to release new songs off the project soon.

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Oct
18
New Music: Diggy Simmons – ‘Honestly’

Diggy Simmons

Diggy Simmons pours his heart out on his sentimental new song “Honestly.” The 19-year-old heartthrob shows his vulnerability and his vocal chops as he sings about needing his girl.

“Sometimes I need you, honestly / I ain’t talkin’ 24/7 / Just when a ni**a start itchin’ and only when I want to feel better,” he croons.

He promised more new music is on the way as he gears up for the release of his sophomore album. Earlier this year, Diggy teamed with Trevor Jackson on “My Girl.”

He can also be seen alongside Teyana Taylor in BET’s upcoming scripted series “The Start Up.”

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May
7
Video: Diggy Simmons f/ Trevor Jackson – ‘My Girl’

Diggy

Diggy is back and breaking hearts once again in the video for his new single “My Girl” featuring fellow heartthrob Trevor Jackson.

The 19-year-old son of Rev Run gets his grown man on as he caters to the ladies, but he has his eye on one in particular. He takes her for a ride in his red McLaren and suits up, while Trevor charms his admirers with his smooth moves.

The D’Mile-produced song is the first single off Diggy’s upcoming album sophomore album.

Kick back and let the fellas ease your mind.

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May
5
New Music: Diggy Simmons f/ Trevor Jackson – ‘My Girl’

My Girl

Diggy’s back. The Jetsetter returns with “My Girl,” the first single off his upcoming sophomore album. The 19-year-old son of rap royalty caters to the ladies on the grown and sexy jam, produced by D’Mile. He lays on the charm thick, while R&B crooner Trevor Jackson provides the smooth hook.

Ladies, kick back and let Diggy ease your mind.

UPDATE: Watch the 30-second trailer below. The full video will premiere Wednesday on “106 & Park.”

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May
2
Diggy Announces New Single ‘My Girl’

My Girl

Jetsetters, get ready. Two years after releasing his debut, Diggy Simmons is back with a new single.

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Dec
22
New Music: Diggy Simmons f/ B.o.B & Key Wane – ‘Mama Said’

Diggy Simmons

Diggy Simmons has laid low all year, but he unwraps a new song for his Jetsetters just in time for Christmas. The 18-year-old rapper, who once vowed to never curse in his music, shows that’s he grown up since his 2012 debut Unexpected Arrival. He freely drops the F and N-words while spitting rapid-fire rhymes on the B.o.B-assisted “Mama Said.”

“I know you can’t believe it, motherfu**er,” says Diggy, who shares some surprising advice from his mama.

“My mama said don’t be afraid to shit on all these ni**as,” sings Key Wane, who also produced the track.

Diggy is readying his sophomore album for a 2014 release.

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Sep
17
New Music: Diggy Simmons f/ Victoria Monet – ‘Fall Down’ (J. Cole Diss)

Diggy Simmons and J. Cole

Don’t mess with Diggy. The 17-year-old MC goes at J. Cole once again on “Fall Down,” the first offering from his upcoming mixtape Out of This World. After dissing him previously on the leaked record “What You Say to Me,” Diggy fires more shots despite reports of the two settling their beef.

He raps, “I guess I rattled you, snaggletooth, you know better/ Thought J. stood for Jermaine, not Jetsetter/ You see me and shook my hand, coppin’ pleas in person/ Now you act less than a man, mentioning me in verses/ Man, you used to have dreams of my big sister kissing ya/ Now it’s nightmares of a little brother dissin’ ya/ Sneak disses and jabs, I don’t really see the benefit, but I guess you lame enough, probably keep you relevant/ Maybe you should sign with me instead of Mr. Carter/ How you mad at me, I got a relationship with my father.”

He puts one final nail in the coffin. “This verse might as well be a hearse, killed you, ain’t even curse, ni**a.”

Does the second time sting more than the first? Listen and weigh in below.

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