DIGGIE A-2 IS RISING AS THE PREMIER SOURCE FOR GRASS ROOTS HIP-HOP CONVERSATIONS
Robb Dalby (aka) Robb Diggie and Jess Dalby (aka) Jess “The Queen of Diggie A-2” are the owners of Diggie The Progression Of Hip-Hop LLC. After retiring from the military, you never know when the right time is to start something or simply continue to dream of doing it. The year 2020 came with ups and downs, sadness, turmoil, negativity, and divisiveness. Music is an artform that brings people together and is a universal language. Through their genuine love for hip-hop music, artists, and the culture, they have established a platform paying homage to artists that have impacted the music, culture, and paved the way to the present. Their YouTube channel Diggie A-2 The Progression of Hip-Hop has exponentially grown. They are also on all major podcast platforms, including IHeartRadio and 20+ more.
They have now expanded their platform to professionally showcase independent artists (multi- genre), and any/all management businesses and their roster of artists. This provides both artists/management businesses to connect with their present audience as well as further their reach. This markets them in a broader spectrum. Expanding their visibility, resume, and how they can be contacted. They have featured Hitta Castro, an independent artist who has done collaborations with Snow Tha Product, Skinnyfromthe9, and more. In addition, James Worthy who is a record producer, songwriter, and R&B singer who has worked with Fetty Wap and T-Pain to name a few, as well as Famous By Association Management and one of their talented artists Jehry Robinson. Their professionalism, well-established geographic presence, and expanded growth has opened doors to provide a wide array of services from audio/video promotion, online publications, social media presence, professional business services, etc. Every moment of each day they strive to keep the culture alive in all aspects with all others across the world, as well as open doors from east to west and north to south.