XVI Diamond Awards Mixtape hosted by @BiggaRankin00, @TonyDavisTheDJ, & @DJNeutron
The Diamond Awards formerly known as the Duval Diamond Awards inaugurated 16 years ago by Bigga Rankin was established to celebrate not only the major artists from the south, but as a way to put Duval on the map as a major entertainment market. Artists such as Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, Young Jeezy, Trina and 2Chainz won their first music awards at the former Duval Diamond Awards and went on to major stardom. This is not your average local awards show, we have grown past the trials, the haters, and the doubters...even though they still exist, we are proud to say that every year we get "Bigga and Better" Diamond Awards “Building Legacies through Generations.” The official Diamond Awards mixtape celebrates the artists whom have dedicated their time into making quality music and are not afraid to invest in the advancement of their career. Hosted by Bigga Rankin himself, Tony Davis The DJ, and DJ Neutron with the mixing done by our Engineer of the year winner DJ Stikuhbush, we present to you the XVI Diamond Awards Mixtape. "Greatness Over Time."
Connect w/ Hosts: Twitter: @BiggaRankin00, @TonyDavisTheDJ, @DJNeutron IG: @BiggaRankin00, @TonyDavisTheDJ2Day, @DJNeutron ___________________________________________________________________________________________ [Video] Scrill (@IamScrill) - F Wit Em Scrill recently dropped his mixtape "Rich Nigga Dreams" which has the streets buzzing about this Bigga Rankin Music Group artist. The buzz has been so amazing that we quickly made the decision to bring to the streets a hot visual for "F Wit Em", one of the standout tracks on a mixtape full of bangers. "F Wit Em" is directed by Shotz and dropped exclusively on BiggaIsBetta.com. Check the video out and download the full mixtape, which is available on all platforms.
Click [Here] To Download "Rich Ni**a Dreams" Connect w/ Scrill: Twitter: @IamScrill Instagram: IamScrill ________________________________________________________________________________
“It’s the same old struggle trying to get money, so when you get money, ain’t shit funny” words that Marcus “Yung Double” Crooms lives by. What happens when the tribulations of life seem to dictate and conquer your triumphs? There’s only so much that a person can take before they’re overwhelmed with turmoil and long for the desire to have peace and tranquility. It is at this crossroads where there are only two ways to go: one way leads to failure and one way to success. However, no matter which route you choose, there will always be many lessons to learn. For Marcus, while on the road to failure, he found a shortcut to those successes. The streets can teach hard lessons and don’t favor anyone. Marcus quickly learned this, and as a result prison was like his second home. Being raised solely by his mother, it was difficult for him to decipher his rights from his wrongs – it left the feeling of emptiness that could only be filled with fast money. This yearning quickly began the destruction of his integrity. After going to prison three times, he decided to be more constructive and turned to his love for music. “My kids, my family’s future, my friends and my city motivate me to record music” he admits. Since his declaration, he hasn’t turned back since and this is where “Yung Double” was birthed. You can get a clear depiction of Yung Double’s real-life “tales from the hood” through his music. He’s seen and adapted to the events of the hood – not the much popularized facade give in today’s music. His determination to not become a statistic gave him favor and he was able to open for a few of today’s most prominent hip hop artists. His newly released single, “Scale” off his album Bout that Life featuring Gucci Mane has the streets on blaze! With having the short-term goal of obtaining a record deal, at the pace he’s going, he’ll reach his long-term goal of having multi-platinum selling artists on his own independent label. Life has a funny way of taking us through hell to lead us to something greater. Our troubles, faults and mishaps are stepping stones toward our pathway to success. Yung Double is determined to have those successes. It’s not a matter of “if” he will be successful, but “when”. How much success will he have? Only time will tell.
Treyy Davidson born out of the Mid-West US has yet to reach his peak. This 23 year old mastermind has set his mind to the music game for the last 8 years. Raised in St. Louis, Mo. Treyy Davidson always loved music, but as he grew, he continued to feel the need to listen, learn and find a nitch in music. That is when he decided to write and rap. Honing his skillz and telling tales about the streets, Treyy began to produce his own music. Today Treyy performs for his growing fan base. Versatile creativity is what you get from the music and a story line from the streets. Check out TREYY DAVIDSON!!!
[Video] Wayne Wonder (@WayneWonder25) ft Konshens - Girl Like You + Mp3
Wayne Wonder teams up with Konshens to release his latest track "Girl Like You", with the official video being exclusively available on BiggaIsBetta.com! Download and support, pls provide feedback.
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