Behind The Scenes: Diggy Simmons “Copy & Paste” Video Shoot [Pictorial]

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Last week, Atlantic Records recording artist Diggy Simmons begin shooting the visual to his track “Copy & Paste.” The song is the lead single off his debut album. In one of the scenes, the Queens native was hooked up to wires in a laboratory as nurses in white coats picked and prodded to clone his legendary genes.

‘Copy, Paste’ is about just giving an anthem to original people, innovators, people that feel like their style’s been copy, pasted,” Diggy told Rap-Up.com on set in Los Angeles. “I’m in a laboratory and I’m hooked up to wires and different stuff. I have like a bandage over my stomach. There’s laboratory girls in the scene, but it’s just about them trying to copy and paste me.”

This kid is dope and has a lot of talents. The music industry needs more talented artists like Diggy Simmons.

Pictures Credit: Rap-Up.Com

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