Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
A precursor to the style of music that would come to dominate the 2010s debuted in 2004. This was when Crime Mob debuted their massive hit single, “Knuck If You Buck.” Unfortunately, that song would become their lone hit.
After the group, Diamond was the breakout star, and she began dating fellow Atlanta rapper, Lil’ Scrappy. However, whatever happened with another ATL rapper, Soulja Boy, ended that. This led to the original storyline of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” which revitalized Scrappy.
Fifteen years after “Knuck If You Buck,” Princess and Diamond, from the Crime Mob, visited “The Breakfast Club,” last week. The two spoke about the fifteen years since the song debuted. They had a hilarious conversation with DJ Envy and Angela Yee, against Charlamagne’s ongoing commentary.
Watch the entire interview below:
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