Friday, October 7, 2011

Diggy Simmons promises to keep records Curse Free

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

While hip hop is all about self-expression, over the years rhymes have been filled with obscenities and harsh lyrics. Among the people who helped turn hip hop mainstream was Run-DMC. The trio was known for their Raising Hell album, among other famous songs.

There were minor curses in Run-DMC's music and they were considered offensive, at the time. As he grew older, Run got saved and became a preacher. To the new audience, he is better known as Rev Run. Leaving an iconic legacy in the rap game, his children want to follow in his footsteps.

Both JoJo and Diggy Simmons have begun rap careers, with the latter being signed to Atlantic Records. While JoJo curses in his records, Diggy promised his music would be something everyone could listen to. Diggy said if he were to say certain things, people would wonder how Rev Run feels about this and he does not want to make the family look bad, as the child of a preacher.

Diggy Simmons said he would never say anything that would bring shame to his family, but he would also continue to be himself. Regardless of his success, Diggy said he would always be himself, which is person who does not curse. Diggy said he is not trying to be clean, he feels he can still dominate the game without using profanity. Never has he even thought about cursing when he gets older, as other teen-rappers-turned-adult stars, Lil Wayne and Bow Wow did.


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