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Connie Diiamond’s Viral Freestyle Still Sparking Conversation



Connie Diamond's Freestyle Spark Conversation
Connie Diiamond. Image source: Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings.

Rising rapper from The Bronx, Connie Diiamond, walked on her freestyle of Ludacris’ “Move B**ch.”

It was about a minute and thirty seconds of pure heat. The video was posted on BlockWork TV’s YouTube channel on November 28, 2022.

Luda Cleared The Official Song

The song came out officially on streaming platforms on March 10, 2023, after being cleared by Ludacris. “Move” is a sample of Luda’s track “Move B**ch.”


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The NBA G.O.A.T. Co-signed “Move” Freestyle

Lebron James even co-signed the freestyle publicly on Instagram. He praised Diiamond’s flow on the microphone. “Man she bodied that sh**!!! WHOA,” Lebron wrote on his Insta story. Diiamond then reposted a screenshot of the basketball player’s reaction on her page.

In addition, the next slide in the post had a video of a little boy saying, “Lebron James.”


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Connie Diiamond Signed To Def Jam Recordings

Connie Diiamond is a signee to Def Jam Recordings. The label calls her “a standout voice and a true lyrical talent.” Def Jam has high hopes for Connie and also sees a bright future ahead for the artist.

Def Label wrote on Instagram in celebration of Diiamond’s signing. “Connie Diiamond’s music and sound is a one-of-one!” The label also added that the artist’s gritty “signature aggressive” sound is why she is so unique. They basically said that whatever she touches has her mark.

Def Jam also released 2001 hit “Move B**ch.”

Connie Diiamond’s Background

Connie Diiamond started rapping at 14 years old. Diiamond told an interviewer in 2021 the first thing she wants the people to know about her: “I’m a cute, fun, bubly, aggressive artist from The Bronx. I’m giving them different vibes,” said the Bronx Rapper. Diiamond added that rap started out as poetry because the two were kind of the same thing.

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