Diamond Says Her Career Is Bigger Than Soulja Boy [VIDEO]

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Oxygen Media introduces the next generation of female emcees in the new docu-series, “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” premiering Tuesday, August 12 at 9 PM ET/PT.  From 51 Minds (“TI and Tiny: The Family Hustle,” and “Below Deck”) comes an empowering series that showcases female artists chasing their dreams in a music genre traditionally dominated by men.

Discovered and mentored by the biggest names in hip hop, Bia, Brianna Perry, Diamond, Nyemiah Supreme and Siya each bring a unique voice and style to the table.  The eight episode series will also include appearances by hip hop icons, mentors and friends such as Eve, Lil Jon,Travie McCoy, Rick Ross, Tank, and Irv Gotti among others.

To introduce the up-and-coming stars of hip hop, Oxygen will air a preview special on Tuesday, July 22 at 8:15 PM ET/PT, giving viewers a look at what makes these five women worthy of the sisterhood.

In this exclusive clip Crime Mob rapper Diamond talks about her career moves and how music has impacted her life.

“People know that I’ve been in a relationship with Lil Scrappy and Soulja Boy, but there is so much more to me,” she says. “I’ve been accomplished since 14. I’ve been a big part of a southern movement that is still very powerful. I have a non-profit organization where I give back and help families that are victimized by drunk drivers, been nominated for BET Awards two years in a row off of mix tapes managing myself.”

Watch the full clip above.

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