One week ago, Diggy Simmons released his debut album, Unexpected Arrival. In the time since then, the younger Simmons son has been out of the spotlight. Diggy Simmons recently discussed his new album with Sway Calloway for Shade 45’s “Sway in The Morning.” During a previous visit on Shade 45, the personalities of the show guessed the title of the album, none guessing Unexpected Arrival.
Not even eighteen years old, Diggy Simmons is self-made. While he was born into wealth, Diggy went out and established himself. Even when it came down to landing a record deal, Diggy Simmons worked on his own. When the question came up about his residence and his money, Simmons said he still lives at home and his money goes into a trust account.
Diggy Simmons is one of the few newer artists who pay homage to the older artists. Sway Calloway asked Diggy why many newer artists do not pay homage. In response, Diggy Simmons said many newer artists do not care about the craft. Soon, the conversation shifted to his relationships with the women, which Diggy Simmons skated out of the question.
The conversation soon focused on the state of hip hop and Diggy Simmons’ opinion on the genre. Along with delivering his answer about hip hop, Diggy delivered an acapella freestyle.
Watch both parts of the entire interview below: