Diggy Simmons' Music Video for 'Copy, Paste'
Diggy Simmons is sent to a laboratory for experiment in a newly-released music video for his latest single "Copy, Paste". The son of Run DMC's Rev Run is hooked in a number of small tubes a la 50 Cent's "In Da Club".
"[It] is about just giving an anthem to original people, innovators, people that feel like their style's been copy, pasted," he said. "I have like a bandage over my stomach. There's laboratory girls in the scene, but it's just about them trying to copy and paste me."
"Copy, Paste" is expected to appear in Diggy's upcoming debut album which is yet to be titled. "Before this year is over, everybody will have my first album," he once said. The upcoming CD might feature Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Bruno Mars.
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