Digga D is a British rapper and songwriter. He gained recognition as part of the UK Drill collective and is considered to be one of the pioneers of the UK drill scene. Some of his music videos have garnered attention among law enforcement, resulting in a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) taken against the collective, and he has been in and out of prison three times before the age of 20. His mixtape albums, Double Tap Diaries and Made in the Pyrex, reached No. 11 and 3 on the UK Albums Chart.
Digga D was born on 29 June 2000 in Ladbroke Grove, London, England.
At age 12, he began writing music and used to listen Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall.
He was arrested due to the possession of cannabis, and was consequently kicked out of school.
In 2020, he released the single “Woi”, which gained widespread recognition worldwide and follow-up by “Chingy It’s Whatever”.
In November 2020, BBC Three released the documentary Defending Digga D on BBC iPlayer, and later broadcast on BBC One.
Digga D has a collaboration mixtape with Unknown T, after they met in Belmarsh Prison and made music together, planned to be released in 2021.
He released single ”Bringing It Back” ft. AJ Tracey, which topped at No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart.
In February 2021, he released his second mixtape ”Made in the Pyrex” labeled by CGM Records.
Later, his album reached No. 3 on the UK Albums Chart and was noted for being the “highest charting project to date for a millennium-born UK rapper”.