Who is Diamond The Body?
Diamond The Body is an American rapper who was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia.
She was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on May 20, 1988, to a mother of African heritage and a father of Puerto Rican descent. Her full name is Brittany Nicole Carpentero, although most people just call her Brittany.
Diamond The Body’s Career: What You Need To Know
Diamond The Body joined the Crime Mob in 2004 at the tender age of fifteen. It wasn’t until 2004 that Crime Mob’s track “Knuck If You Buck” became a mainstream success, earning them a Platinum certification. Later that summer, they dropped their first full-length, titled Crime Mob. Their second album, Hated on Mostly, was released in March 2007 after the success of their single “Rock Yo Hips,” which was released in August 2006.
When she decided to leave Crime Mob and focus on a solo career in November 2007, she signed a management contract with Polo Grounds Music.
Diamond The Body made an appearance alongside Trina and Eve on the remix version of Ludacris’ single “My Chick Bad” in 2010, which was released that year. Her first single, titled “Lotta Money,” was released in the summer of 2010, and Gucci Mane appeared in the music video for the single.
“Hit That Hoe” is a song that was released by Diamond The Body in 2011 and featured Waka Flocka. The music video for the song was released in August of that same year.
In the same month, she debuted the music video for her single “Buy It All” on the television programme 106 & Park on BET.
At the 2011 BET Awards, Diamond The Body was one of the artists considered for the title of Best Female Hip Hop Artist.
In 2012, she dropped a new single titled “Loose Screws.” She received another Best Female Hip-Hop Artist nomination at the 2012 BET Awards.
Two singles from Diamond The Body’s album The Young Life, featuring Verse Simmonds and Nikkiya, “American Woman” and “Love Like Mine,” respectively, were released on August 28, 2012.
Sisterhood of Hip Hop, a documentary series on Oxygen, has cast her as a cast member.
Among the musicians who Diamond The Body has cited as inspirations for her music include DMX, Eve, Queen Latifah, Foxy Brown, Lil’ Kim, The Notorious B.I.G., and Tupac Shakur.
Influences such as Eminem, Trina, Timbaland, Salt n’ Pepa, Da Brat, Outkast, Snoop Dogg, and Missy Elliott were also cited for Diamond The Body’s music.
Diamond The Body: The Controversies
Diamond The Body has just lately shared a picture online in which she can be seen naked beside the Nigerian Afro-pop artist Burna Boy.
She also recently claimed, in a tape that went viral on social media, that she had sexual intercourse with more than 2,000 different people.
What is Diamond The Body’s Full Name?
Diamond The Body’s full name is Brittany Nicole Carpentero. Her stage name is Diamond The Body.
What is Diamond The Body’s Date of Birth?
The 20th of May, 1988 saw the birth of Diamond The Body.
Who is Diamond The Body’s Boyfriend?
She is involved with Payro at the moment in a romantic relationship.
What is Diamond The Body’s Net Worth?
According to estimates, Diamond The Body has a net worth of approximately $100,000. The majority of her wealth came from her profession in the music industry.
When did Diamond The Body’s Start Her Music Career?
The year 2000 marked the beginning of her career as a musician.
What is Diamond The Body’s Place of Birth?
She was born in the city of Atlanta, which is located in the state of Georgia.
What Labels Have Diamond The Body Been Signed To?
BME (2004-2007); Warner Bros (2004-2009); Reprise (2004-2009); Jive (2010-2011); Polo Grounds (2011-2016); RCA (2011-2016); Dime Piece Collection (2006-present)
Which Artists Who Have Influenced Diamond The Body’s Musical Style?
Queen Latifah; The Notorious B.I.G.; Missy Elliott; Eminem; Salt n Pepa; Timbaland; Trina; Lil’ Kim; Foxy Brown; Snoop Dogg; DMX; Outkast; Tupac Shakur; Da Brat and Eve
How Many Mixtapes Has Diamond The Body Released?
From 2007 to the present day, she has dropped ten mixtapes.
What Is Diamond The Body Music Genre?
The music of Diamond The Body is classified as Hip-Hop.