Diamond P. Is Creating An Empire In Her Own Way

QuWanda D McCoy-Brim goes by the moniker of Diamond Princess, a.k.a Diamond P. She was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, the hometown of many music legends. Her resilience and persistence have been fueled by the fact that she wants to be a role model for her children. As a result, Diamond P is not just a philanthropist, a musician and a radio personality, she is also a 4-time college graduate, has an A.S. in Criminal Justice and is a master cosmetologist. She is also a notary and is also associated with the National Society of Leadership & Success.

Having the support of legends, such as Big Duke, SheaShea & Nee Nee, and connections with the B.M.F, Diamond P was determined to forge her own way in the entertainment industry. She established Young Blacc Mafia and Diamond Dollz Ent. That was just the beginning for Diamond P. In 2011, she won the award for Best Underground Record Label at the Atlanta Underground Music Awards.

Her interest in music allowed her to release various songs, such as Community Bitches, Grind and Fuk It Up, etc. Currently, she’s working on another song, which is called Get a Bag ft. Velisosa. She was nominated for Best Indie Female Rap Artist in the SCM Awards 2018 and she won an award for Just Dope in the Atlanta Hip Hop Awards in 2018.

With varied interests, Diamond P has also been active as a radio personality for over 12 years. Currently, she’s working at 106 Live Radio in Atlanta. Her work as a radio personality has also earned her recognition and she was nominated for Female Radio Personality of the Year in 2019 in the Atlanta Hip-Hop Awards.

A woman of many talents, Diamond P has also dabbled in acting. She has been featured in Barber Shop 3, Saints and Sinners, QUAD, and Women on the Rise. She’s also the current brand ambassador for the American Black Film Festival.

Diamond P is also currently working on her first autobiographical book, titled “Da Life of Diamond P.” Over the course of the years, she has also been featured in six magazines and has been on the cover of five. Her resilience, persistence and hardworking nature have also earned her the title of “Certified Hustler of the Year” in 2019 by the Urban Grandstand Magazine.

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