Following last year’s success, Uncut Diamondz hosts the 1st Annual “Life Up Day” as he invaded the Northwest Boys & Girls Club of Miami for a fun-filled event of sports, water games, food and more. Uncut Diamondz also performed the records “Stepchild” and a Boys & Girls club remix to his song “Moves”. S/o @LilDep
Watch the video recap of Uncut Diamondz’s “Life Up Day” shot by @OneTwoMedia
It’s been a month since Uncut Diamondz’s song and music video for “E.T.” has been out, and like all new things, it takes a while for the news to travel and to get fans to jump on the bandwagon. Shout out to Smaktastik (of NikkiSiixx) for being one of the early birds and writing this detailed and entertaining review. Read a quote from the review below and click the link to go to NikkiSiixx and read the full article.
"I clicked play on his “E.T.” video and was impressed. Broward County, FL’s Uncut Diamondz aims for the stars with this joint. The record starts off with an ethereal piano intro accompanied by one of the catchiest hooks I’ve heard this year. When the kick dropped, it dropped with a vengeance; and Uncut was there to catch it with bars that pretty much encompassed the record’s message.“Tell my girl she could lay low. Put my homies on my payroll. Makin’ music what I get paid for”This artist, through this song, just told me that he’s determined to reach unknown heights in his career and based off of what I heard in this record I believe him. I heard the passion. I heard the determination. He introduced us to his struggle.“Hey, remember when I couldn’t afford a Ford. Now, I’m that King Author like a nigga pulled a sword….”As I was listening, I kept saying to myself this artist could write and deliver. I could leave quotes here all day but then you should just watch the video and check his Soundcloud out for yourself…” - Smaktastik