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Hear Bronx rapper Connie Diiamond obliterate the beat to Ludacris-inspired classic ‘Move’

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Bronx-bred recording artist Connie Diiamond, known for her deep voice and punishing bars, released a new track called ‘Move’. Flowing over Ludacris’ 2001 Hip-Hop club banger featuring I-20 and Mystikal, the adept rapper lists her needs, meaning money, power, and respect. Using words from the original song, the buzzing rapper lets people know that she doesn’t do anything for free and that the ticket is big.


Check out the track below. The well-done cover art illustrates the New York City beauty wearing her signature blue tress and natural curves. Also shown in the artwork, Diiamond poses near a housing complex, not too far off from other Big Apple staples like the domestic king pigeon and the unmistakable trash bin owned by the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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