Following his former involvement in the drill collective '1011' Digga D gained local recognition from his appearance on Tim Westwood's Crib Session and the release of street anthems such as 'Play For The Pagans', 'Kill Confirmed' and 'No Hook'.
Renowned for his unorthodox flow and vivid lyrical imagery, Digga D's audience continued to grow upon his showing on the Next Up series produced by Mixtape Madness. The freestyle quickly became a staple in the UK Drill scene, going on to amass over 10 million streams before the release of an official project.
Since then Digga D has gone on to release a full body of work titled Double Tap Diaries. The project peaked at #11 in the official UK charts with the lead single ‘No Diet’ peaking at #20. The debut mixtape has made history in UK music, being the highest charting UK drill mixtape to date.